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Representative Chris England

Democratic Representative

Tuscaloosa County Schools

HQ Phone: (205) 758-0411

Tuscaloosa County Schools

View The Official District Calendar 2314 9Th Street PO Box 2568

Tuscaloosa, Alabama 35403

United States

Company Description

Tuscaloosa County High School serves approximately 1750 students on a daily basis. Academic expectations of all our students are to achieve excellence and to perform to the best of our ability. County High is rich with Athletic, Fine Art and Service clubs ... more

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Background Information

Employment History

Assistant
CivicPlus

Affiliations

Trustee
UA

Member
Alabama House of Representatives

Member
House of Representatives

Board Member
Police Athletic League

Member
Municipal Government , Judiciary and Tuscaloosa County Legislation committee

Board Member
Pride International Inc

Education

law degree

University of Alabama

undergraduate degrees
English and political science
Howard University

Web References (75 Total References)


Alabama House Bill 56 Expungements for Arrest Records | Foundation For Continuing Justice

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On February 5th, 2013, sponsor Chris England, Democratic Representative of Tuscaloosa, proposed House Bill 56. The Bill would allow a person to expunge his or her arrest record if the person was not convicted of the crime he or she was arrested for.


On February 5th, 2013, sponsor ...

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On February 5th, 2013, sponsor Chris England, Democratic Representative of Tuscaloosa, proposed House Bill 56. The Bill would allow a person to expunge his or her arrest record if the person was not convicted of the crime he or she was arrested for.


The Blog | Foundation For Continuing Justice - Part 2

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On February 5th, 2013, sponsor Chris England, Democratic Representative of Tuscaloosa, proposed House Bill 56. The Bill would allow a person to expunge his or her arrest record if the person was not convicted of the crime he or she was arrested for.


England announces reelection ...

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England announces reelection bid for District 70

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State Representative Chris England announces his bid to run for re-election to State House District 70 with family, friends and supporters on the steps of the Tuscaloosa County courthouse in Tuscaloosa.
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Chris England is seeking re-election to the seat he has held since 2006.
England, 33, announced his candidacy on the steps of the Tuscaloosa County Courthouse just before noon today.
So far, he is the only contender in the race to represent House District 70, which includes much of Tuscaloosa and parts of Northport. The election is scheduled for Nov. 2, 2010.
"I have unfinished business. There are promises I made that I want to keep," he said.
England said that he will continue to push for what he called common-sense reform to the state's judicial system. He passed a bill to allow a diversion program for criminal defendants who have problems, such as drug dependency or mental illness, that may have contributed to their criminal activity.
He said he would continue to fight for constitutional reform.
"To me, it is a crime that we continue to have racist language in our constitution and a tax code where undue burden is placed on our poorest citizens," he said.
England said he will work to remove the sales tax on groceries.
The State Democratic Executive Committee appointed England to replace former Rep.
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England was one of seven people who came forward when Melton became ineligible to serve.
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England ran unopposed for the seat and was officially elected in November that year.
England earned undergraduate degrees in English and political science from Howard University in 1999. He earned his law degree in 2002 from the University of Alabama. He works as an associate city attorney for Tuscaloosa.
England attends Bailey Tabernacle CME Church. He is a member of the Police Athletic League Board of Directors, the PRIDE Board of Directors and Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity Inc.
He is a member of the House of Representatives' County and Municipal Government, Judiciary and Tuscaloosa County Legislation committees.


England to run for re-election ...

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England to run for re-election to Ala. House

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State Representative Chris England announces his bid to run for re-election to State House District 70 with family, friends and supporters on the steps of the Tuscaloosa County courthouse in Tuscaloosa, Ala. Tuesday, Sept. 15, 2009.
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Chris England is seeking re-election to the seat he has held since 2006.
England, 33, announced his candidacy on the steps of the Tuscaloosa County Courthouse just before noon Tuesday.
So far, the Tuscaloosa Democrat is the only contender in the race to represent House District 70, which includes much of Tuscaloosa and parts of Northport. The election is scheduled for Nov. 2, 2010.
'I have unfinished business. There are promises I made that I want to keep,' England said.
England said he will continue to push for what he called common-sense reform of the state's judicial system. He helped pass a bill to allow a diversion program for criminal defendants who have problems, such as drug dependency or mental illness, that may have contributed to their criminal activity.
England said he would continue to fight for constitutional reform.
'To me, it is a crime that we continue to have racist language in our constitution and a tax code where undue burden is placed on our poorest citizens,' he said, adding that he will work to remove the sales tax on groceries.
The State Democratic Executive Committee appointed England to replace former Rep.
...
England was one of seven people who came forward when Melton became ineligible to serve.
...
England ran unopposed for the seat and was officially elected in November that year.
England said that he has achieved many of his goals in his three years in office. He secured a half-million dollars for schools in the area, including $120,000 for capital improvements and more than $100,000 for academic programs, he said.
'We identified a problem of an achievement gap between students,' he said. He worked to obtain grants for Tuscaloosa's pre-kindergarten initiative and other programs.
He said that the state should focus on providing good quality care for mental health patients and their caregivers.
He recently signed a letter, along with Tuscaloosa and Northport's mayors and several other legislators, protesting the closing of the Alice M. Kidd nursing home on the Bryce campus.
'I have made it my mission to be a voice for those who have no voice,' he said.
Shea England introduced her husband at the announcement, which was attended by about 50 friends and supporters. She described him as a sports fan who often roots for the underdog, and stands by his team even in the worst of losing streaks.
'He represents the same values and concerns as many working-class citizens,' she said.
England earned undergraduate degrees in English and political science from Howard University in 1999. He earned a law degree in 2002 from the University of Alabama. He works as an associate city attorney for Tuscaloosa.
England attends Bailey Tabernacle CME Church. He is a member of the Police Athletic League board of directors, the PRIDE board of directors and Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity Inc.
He is a member of the House of Representatives' County and Municipal Government, Judiciary and Tuscaloosa County Legislation committees.

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