ALEC Bills By State

Senators Listed are part of the Senate Commerce Committee

Twenty-eight (28) States Without Small Cell Streamline Deployment Bills: roughly half the US population

  1. 01-California — 39,776,830 | 12.13%
  2. 04-New York — 19,862,512 | 6.06% | pending in 2019: AB 1459, SB 1949, AB 1503, SB 1607, AB 4066 & SB 3046
  3. 05-Pennsylvania — 12,823,989 | 3.91%
  4. 08-Georgia — 10,545,138 | 3.21% | pending in 2019: HB 184 & SB 66
  5. 11-New Jersey — 9,032,872 | 2.75% | pending in 2019: AB 4422 & AR 144
  6. 13-Washington — 7,530,552 | 2.30% | Maria Cantwell, D-WA, Ranking Member
  7. 15-Massachusetts — 6,895,917 | 2.10% | Ed Markey, D-MA
  8. 19-Maryland — 6,079,602 | 1.85% | pending in 2019: HB 654
  9. 20-Wisconsin — 5,818,049 | 1.77% | Ron Johnson, R-WI; Tammy Baldwin, D-WI
  10. 23-South Carolina — 5,088,916 1.55%
  11. 24-Alabama — 4,888,949 | 1.49%
  12. 25-Louisiana — 4,682,509 | 1.43%
  13. 26-Kentucky — 4,472,265 | 1.36%
  14. 27-Oregon — 4,199,563 | 1.28%
  15. 32-Nevada — 3,056,824 | 0.93% | Jacky Rosen, D-NV
  16. 33-Arkansas — 3,020,327 | 0.92% | Dan Sullivan, R-AK
  17. 34-Mississippi — 2,982,785 | 0.91% | pending in 2019: SB 2003 Died in committee Feb. 5, 2019 | Roger Wicker, R-MS, Chairman
  18. 37-Nebraska — 1,932,549 | 0.59% | pending in 2019: LB 184 | Deb Fischer, R-NE
  19. 38-West Virginia — 1,803,077 | 0.55% | pending in 2019: HB 2005 Passed House Jan. 29, 2019 & SB 3 Passed Senate Jan. 22, 2019 | Shelley Moore Capito, R-WV
  20. 39-Idaho — 1,753,860 | 0.53%
  21. 41-New Hampshire — 1,350,575 | 0.41% | pending in 2019: HB 522
  22. 42-Maine — 1,341,582 | 0.41%
  23. 43-Montana — 1,062,330 | 0.32% | pending in 2019: HJR 13 | Jon Tester, D-MT
  24. 46-South Dakota — 877,790 | 0.27% | John Thune, R-SD, Vice Chairman
  25. 47-North Dakota — 755,238 | 0.23%
  26. 48-Alaska — 738,068 | 0.22%
  27. 49-Vermont — 623,960 | 0.19%
  28. 50-Wyoming — 573,720 | 0.17%

Twenty-two (22) States With Small Cell Streamline Deployment Bills: roughly half the US population

  1. 02-Texas — 28,704,330 | 8.75% | Ted Cruz, R-TX
  2. 03-Florida — 21,312,211 | 6.50% | Rick Scott, R-FL
  3. 06-Illinois — 12,768,320 | 3.89% | Tammy Duckworth, D-IL
  4. 07-Ohio — 11,694,664 3.57%
  5. 09-North Carolina — 10,390,149 | 3.17%
  6. 10-Michigan — 9,991,177 | 3.05% | Gary Peters, D-MI
  7. 12-Virginia — 8,525,660 | 2.60%
  8. 14-Arizona — 7,123,898 | 2.17% | Kyrsten Sinema, D-AZ
  9. 16-Tennessee — 6,782,564 | 2.07% | Marsha Blackburn, R-TN
  10. 17-Indiana — 6,699,629 | 2.04% | Todd Young, R-IN
  11. 18-Missouri — 6,135,888 | 1.87% | Roy Blunt, R-MO
  12. 21-Colorado — 5,684,203 | 1.73% | Cory Gardner, R-CO
  13. 22-Minnesota — 5,628,162 | 1.72% | Amy Klobuchar, D-MN
  14. 28-Oklahoma — 3,940,521 | 1.20%
  15. 29-Connecticut — 3,588,683 | 1.09% | Richard Blumenthal, D-CT
  16. 31-Utah — 3,159,345 | 0.96% | Mike Lee, R-UT
  17. 30-Iowa — 3,160,553 | 0.96%
  18. 35-Kansas — 2,918,515 | 0.89% | Jerry Moran, (R-KS)
  19. 36-New Mexico — 2,090,708 | 0.64% | Tom Udall, D-NM
  20. 40-Hawaii — 1,426,393 | 0.43% | Brian Schatz, D-HI
  21. 44-Rhode Island — 1,061,712 | 0.32%
  22. 45-Delaware — 971,180 | 0.30%