Kay Ivey Makes Gambling Study Group Official
Governor Kay Ivey on Friday signed Executive Order 719, which formed the Study Group for Gambling Policy. The Study Group is tasked with gathering detailed information to allow the governor, the Legislature, and the…Continue To Article
Alabama Democrat Anthony Daniels Delivers Response To Kay Ivey’s State of the State Address
187 years ago, our ancestors looked up into the dark sky and witnessed a meteor shower that inspired family tales, song lyrics, and even license plates.
That was the night that the stars fell on…Continue To Article
Poarch Creek Tribe Proposes to Expand Gambling in Alabama
The Poarch Band of Creek Indians launched a website to promote their “Winning For Alabama” proposal to expand gambling operations in Alabama. This plan would…Continue To Article
Political Advocacy Group Attacks Poarch Creek Indians
A new non-profit political advocacy group called Poarch Creek Accountability Now has been formed to ‘bring attention’ to an unfair playing field between the Poarch…Continue To Article
Mississippi Will Soon Leave Alabama As One Of Five States Without Lottery
Soon there will be just five states without a lottery. Alabama will be one of them.Continue To Article
A Look Back At The 2019 Alabama Legislative Session
The 2019 Alabama Legislative Session was one of the most controversial sessions in Alabama history so let’s look at what all was accomplished and what was left on the table this year.
What Passed…Continue To Article
Alabama Lottery Bill Dead For 2019 Legislative Session
Alabamians will not be deciding whether or not they want a lottery during the 2020 Presidential primary next year.Continue To Article
Alabama Lottery Bill Fails Procedural Vote; Fate Uncertain
Update 5/22/2019 1:32 P.M – State Rep. Steve Clouse has stated that the lottery is dead and will not come up this session.
The Alabama Lottery bill failed a procedural vote by…Continue To Article
Alabama House Committee Approves Lottery Bill That Would Fund Education
No one in either the Alabama House or Senate can seem to agree on how to spend revenue from a potential Alabama lottery.
Last month, the Alabama Senate approved a lottery bill that would…Continue To Article