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America’s Largest Anti-Abortion Group Endorses Tommy Tuberville

Dakota Layton | July 28, 2020

On Tuesday, America’s largest group that advocates for anti-abortion policies National Right to Life endorsed former Auburn football coach and Republican Senate nominee Tommy Tuberville over his opponent, Democratic incumbent Doug Jones. Senator Jones has been a stalwart supporter of abortion rights during his tenure...

The Trouble With Tuberville

Clete Wetli | July 17, 2020 | Opinion Article

Sorry, Tubs- the doctors have spoken in a unified voice and have been extremely clear. Wear a mask, socially distance, wash your hands. There’s no uncertainty about the science, we do know the facts. The troubling thing is so do you.

Doug Jones Releases Statement After Tuberville’s Victory

Brent Wilson | July 14, 2020
Doug Jones

Doug Jones, the incumbent U.S. Senator in Alabama who will face Tommy Tuberville in the November election, released the following statement after Tuberville’s victory against Jeff Sessions. Press Release# “When I was elected, I promised the people of Alabama that I would put their interests first...

Tommy Tuberville Defeats Jeff Sessions To Face Off Against Doug Jones

Brent Wilson | July 14, 2020

Tommy Tuberville has won the Republican runoff against Jeff Sessions for Alabama U.S. Senate and will face Democratic incumbent Doug Jones in the November 3, 2020 General election. Follow the results Tuberville, a former Auburn football coach and political newcomer, received the endorsement of Donald...

Alabama State Senator Randy Price In ICU With COVID-19

Brent Wilson | July 12, 2020

This story is breaking and will be updated as more information is available. Alabama State Senator Randy Price (R-Opelika) has been hospitalized at East Alabama Medical Center and currently in the ICU with COVID-19. In a Facebook post on Price’s profile, Facebook user Bryant Whaley...

Let’s Affect Real Change Huntsville

Benjamin Shapiro | July 11, 2020 | Opinion Article

I sat there, in the Huntsville City Council Chamber, awaiting my turn to speak. One after another, people stood up and let their voices be heard. The emotion was high and the voices were strong, but the City Council looked glazed over. They had heard...

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