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Progressive Tax Changes Would Allow Alabama’s Budgets To Endure And Rebuild After COVID-19

By Carol Gundlach on May 2, 2020 | Opinion

Alabamians are living through hard times right now. Thousands of people are sick. Many more are scared or out of work. Uncertainty is everywhere amid a pandemic with no clear timetable or end game.

As…

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Alabama Democrat Anthony Daniels Delivers Response To Kay Ivey’s State of the State Address

By Brent Wilson on February 5, 2020

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…

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State Sen. Steve Clouse Explains Challenges to Eliminating the Grocery Tax

By Dakota Layton on January 16, 2020

Alabama, Mississippi, and South Dakota are the only states to levy the full sales tax on groceries. In Alabama, it is 4%, and when combined with other local sales taxes, the amount can be up…

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Montgomery Councilman Glen Pruitt To Propose Occupational Tax To Fund Public Safety

By Brent Wilson on January 7, 2020

Glen Pruitt, a Montgomery City Council Member for District 8, plans to bring up the discussion of an occupational tax for the city of Montgomery with the intention of raising the starting salary…

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