The bill in question is an act related to the Alabama Sunset Law, specifically concerning the Public Service Commission. The act recommends the continuation of the Public Service Commission's existence and functioning until October 1, 2028. This recommendation comes from the Sunset Committee and is supported by the Legislature of Alabama. The act ensures that the relevant code sections that allow for the creation and functioning of the Public Service Commission, as found in Chapter 1 of Title 37, Code of Alabama 1975, are expressly preserved.

The bill outlines that the Legislature concurs with the Sunset Committee's recommendations and that the Public Service Commission will continue to operate until the specified date in 2028. The act is set to become effective on June 1, 2024. The document includes signatures from the President and Presiding Officer of the Senate and the Speaker of the House of Representatives, indicating that the act has passed both legislative bodies. The certification by the Senate Secretary, Patrick Harris, confirms that the act originated in and was passed by the Senate on April 4, 2024, and was subsequently passed by the House of Representatives on April 30, 2024. The bill is sponsored by Senator Coleman-Madison. There are no specific insertions or deletions marked within the provided text of the bill.