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Code of Alabama - Title 21: Handicapped Persons - Chapter 4 - Accessibility to and Use of Public Buildings and Facilities by Physically Handicapped Persons

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  • Article 1 Accessibility Generally.
    • Section 21-4-1 Legislative intent
      (a) This article is concerned with nonambulatory disabilities, semiambulatory disabilities, sight disabilities, hearing disabilities, disabilities of incoordination and aging. (b) It is intended to ...
    • Section 21-4-2 Definitions
      For the purposes of this article the following terms shall have the meanings as set forth in this section: (1) NONAMBULATORY DISABILITIES. Impairments that, ...
    • Section 21-4-3 Standards and specifications for public buildings and facilities - Promulgation
      The State Fire Marshal shall prescribe and publish standards and specifications for the buildings, premises and facilities to which this article applies, which will ...
    • Section 21-4-4 Standards and specifications for public buildings and facilities - Applicability
      (a) The standards and specifications prescribed by the fire marshal, as authorized in this article, shall apply to all buildings and facilities used by ...
    • Section 21-4-5 Standards and specifications for public buildings and facilities - Construction and interpretation; waivers
      (a) The State Fire Marshal and the director of the State Building Commission are each hereby authorized to construe and interpret the standards and ...
    • Section 21-4-6 Review of architectural plans and specifications; reviewing authorities authorized to adopt additional rules and regulations
      (a) The responsibility for reviewing architectural plans and specifications for buildings to which this article applies shall be as follows: (1) Where state school ...
    • Section 21-4-7 Enforcement of article; authority of Fire Marshal to inspect buildings; orders to conform with standards and specifications
      The State Fire Marshal is charged with the duty of enforcing standards and specifications prescribed as authorized in Section 21-4-3. For such purpose, he ...
  • Article 2 Accessibility of Registration and Polling Places.
    • Section 21-4-20 Legislative intent
      It is the intention of the Legislature in enacting this article to promote the fundamental right to vote by requiring registration and polling places ...
    • Section 21-4-21 Definitions
      As used in this article, unless the context clearly indicates a different meaning, the following terms shall have meanings ascribed to them as follows: ...
    • Section 21-4-22 Promulgation of guidelines
      (a) The Attorney General of this state, in consultation with the United States Secretary of Health and Human Services, and in accordance with Section ...
    • Section 21-4-23 Registration and voting aids
      (a) The appropriate election officials in the several counties of this state shall make available registration and voting aids for handicapped and elderly individuals ...
    • Section 21-4-24 Actions for injunctive relief to enforce article
      (a) Whenever the Attorney General of this state has reason to believe that (1) A registration or polling place does not comply with the ...

    Last modified: March 18, 2014