The Alabama Senate has passed a resolution to prioritize certain legislative business on the tenth legislative day, superseding the regular order of business or any other pending matters. The resolution lists specific bills to be addressed, including SB18 by Senator Coleman, which introduces the Scouts' Honor Bill to provide an exception to the statute of limitations for sex offenses against minors in cases involving a bankruptcy estate. Senator Elliott's SB7 focuses on school safety, allowing sheriffs and police chiefs to contract for the provision of school resource officers at nonpublic K-12 schools. Senator Weaver has two bills, SB25 and SB26, which pertain to the Board of Nursing's authority to clarify the scope of practice for certified nursing support technicians and to make a technical change in terminology within the Alabama Loan-Repayment Program for Advanced Practice Nursing.

Other bills include Senator Kitchens' SB106, which revises the salaries for the secretary and deputy secretary of the Commerce Department, and Senator Orr's SB53, which proposes the elimination of the child labor eligibility to work form. A collaborative bill, SB105 by Senators Singleton and Orr, aims to limit the liability of community emergency response team members who provide emergency care at accident or disaster scenes. Senator Allen's SB50 addresses the prohibition of governmental entities from restricting the acquisition of appliances based on energy type. Additional bills cover the establishment of the Board of Medical Scholarship Awards Fund (SB100), changes to the Board of Heating, Air Conditioning, and Refrigeration Contractors (SB101), regulations for compounding pharmacies (SB15), CPR and AED instruction in public K-12 health classes (SB59), licensing requirements for insurers (SB46), and the issuance of motor vehicle liability insurance policies by the Department of Insurance (SB47).