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Source: Leighton Ku and Erin Brantley, The Economic and Employment Effects of Medicaid Expansion Under the American Rescue Plan (Commonwealth Fund, May 2021). <a href="https://doi.org/10.26099/x6zp-g424">https://doi.org/10.26099/x6zp-g424</a>

Report: Medicaid Expansion Would Create 28,500 New Jobs in Alabama in its First Four Years

By Cover Alabama Coalition on June 2, 2021

As an engine for job creation, Medicaid expansion in its first four years would create nearly 80% as many jobs as exist in Alabama’s automobile and auto parts manufacturing industries, an Alabama Arise analysis of…

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View The Bills Alabama House Democrats Are Prioritizing In 2021

By Brent Wilson on February 24, 2021

The Alabama House Democratic Caucus on Wednesday hosted a Zoom call that discussed their legislative agenda for the current 2021 legislative session.

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Bill Requiring Black History Class In Schools Filed In Alabama

By Brent Wilson on December 22, 2020

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…

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Alabama House Democrats Actually Hear You

By Clete Wetli on August 25, 2020 | Opinion

Republicans are no longer just ignoring your voice, they are doing everything they can to silence it.

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State Rep. Will Dismukes Honors Dead KKK Leader In Selma As John Lewis Mourned

By Brent Wilson on July 27, 2020

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…

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Let’s Affect Real Change Huntsville

By Benjamin Shapiro on July 11, 2020 | Opinion

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…

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Andy Woloszyn Qualifies for Huntsville Mayoral Race

By Brent Wilson on July 10, 2020

THE CAMPAIGN TO ELECT ANDY WOLOSZYN ANNOUNCES that Huntsville native Andy Woloszyn filed qualifying paperwork Thursday, officially placing his name on the ballot to face incumbent Tommy Battle in the August 25th…

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Madison County Issues Order Mandating Use of Face Masks In Public

By Dakota Layton on July 6, 2020

At 5 p.m. on Tuesday, July 7th, an order that mandates the use of face masks in public places will go into effect in Madison County. The order was issued by Madison County Health…

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Huntsville Mayoral Candidate Andy Woloszyn To Host Press Conference June 25th

By Brent Wilson on June 22, 2020

Huntsville goes to the polls on August 25 to vote for Mayor and Andy Woloszyn, who is running against incumbent Tommy Battle, will be holding a press conference on June 25…

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It’s Not A Monumental Decision

By Clete Wetli on June 9, 2020 | Opinion

The only thing monumental in the discussion about monuments is the monumental lengths that Republicans and conservatives will go in making absurd justifications for their continued existence.

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