Welcome to The Marshall County Legislative Delegation.
For more than twenty-five years this office has served as a liaison between the citizens, governmental agencies, public schools, service programs and the three elected state legislators from Marshall County. The office coordinates the schedules and other administrative functions of the Legislative Delegation, disseminates information to the public about proposed laws and existing statutes, and serves as a point of contact for citizen input on current issues.
The purpose of the website is to give the constituents of Marshall County an easy, quick and efficient mode of obtaining information and a greater opportunity to be aware and to participate in the legislative process.
Media ReleasesView All
- Rich Explains Position on School Accountability Amendment
- Legislature Overides Governor's Executive Amendment on final day of Session.
- BRAC School Bonds Will Meet Many Local School Needs
- Marshall County legislators say that soon-to-be issued school bonds are a huge opportunity for the county’s school systems to address construction needs.
- Scofield's Bill Makes Murder With A Restraining Order A Capital Offense
- Senate Bill 141, sponsored by Clay Scofield (R-Red Hill), is named Kelley’s Law after a Marshall County woman
News & UpdatesView All
The Alabama Legislature Has Passed Some Significant Pieces of Legislation
Read the Alabama School Flexibility and Accountability Act
This bill allows more flexibility for local schools, gives students in failing schools new options and creates tax credits for those wishing to donate to organizations providing scholarships for students to attend non-failing public or non-public schools
In this article from the Council on State Governments, the effect of federal budget cuts and how it will impact state revenues is outlined
A bill to re-pay money borrowed from the Alabama Trust Fund is the first bill passed in new legislative session.