Alabama--Legislature. Senate

Operating at the state level, the Alabama State Senate (originally called the Legislative Council) was established by the Alabama Constitution on July 30, 1819. It serves as the upper house of the state's legislature and is led by the lieutenant governor, who serves as the president of the Senate. The Senate develops and adopts bills introduced by committees into the Alabama State Constitution, and has the authority to revise or reject revenue bills drafted by the House of Representatives. (Encyclopedia of Alabama; Wikipedia)

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