View The Bills Alabama House Democrats Are Prioritizing In 2021
The Alabama House Democratic Caucus on Wednesday hosted a Zoom call that discussed their legislative agenda for the current 2021 legislative session.Continue To Article
Randall Woodfin Admitted To Hospital With COVID-19
Birmingham Mayor Randall Woodfin has been admitted to a hospital due to COVID-19. Woodfin sent out a tweet on December 30th saying that he had tested positive. According to the most recent update by the…Continue To Article
Birmingham Mayor Randall Woodfin Positive For COVID-19
Bill Requiring Black History Class In Schools Filed In Alabama
Two Alabama House Democrats have filed HB7, a bill that would “require the completion, at a minimum, of a semester-long course studying the events of Black American history, including the history of…Continue To Article
AL Republicans Seek License Plate Scanners For Police
Pre-filed bill SB2, sponsored by six Alabama Republican State Senators, could allow police officers and other law enforcement officers to use license plate scanners on public highways.
The bill is sponsored by…Continue To Article
State Rep. Will Dismukes Honors Dead KKK Leader In Selma As John Lewis Mourned
Update: The Alabama Democratic Party has issued a press release that again calls for Will Dismukes to resign.
“Will Dismukes has demonstrated yet again why he is unfit to hold public office,” Alabama Democratic Party…Continue To Article
Huntsville City Council President To Introduce Resolution To Remove Courthouse Confederate Monument
On Wednesday, Huntsville City Council President Devyn Keith issued a short statement on Facebook saying that he would be introducing a resolution at Thursday’s city council meeting to support the removal of the…Continue To Article
Alabama Republican Legislators Seek To Divert COVID-19 Federal Aid To Build New Prison, State House Building
As part of the federal government’s COVID-19 CARES Act, Alabama received $1.8 Billion dollars in aid to help the state weather the pandemic and provide necessary funding during hard economic times.
Today, Kay Ivey…Continue To Article