Committee: Public Safety and Homeland SecuritySponsor: Moore (P)
Analyst: Pete GroganDate: 03/02/2021


House Bill 160 as introduced removes the requirement for an ignition interlock device for certain individuals convicted of driving while under the influence of a controlled substance. This could decrease receipts otherwise received by the State General Fund and county general funds by not collecting the $150 ignition interlock restricted license fee; 2) the Alabama Interlock Indigent Fund; 3) the State Judicial Administration Fund or the municipal judicial administration fund depending on the court of jurisdiction; 3) the Highway Traffic Safety Fund; and 4) the District Attorney’s Solicitor Fund, by not collecting the $200 ignition interlock court fee.

 Allen Treadaway, Chair
Public Safety and Homeland Security