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
Progressive Tax Changes Would Allow Alabama’s Budgets To Endure And Rebuild After COVID-19
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…Continue To Article
AL House Minority Leader: More Questions Than Answers, Passing Budget Now Irresponsible
The Alabama House Minority Leader, Anthony Daniels (D-Huntsville), addressed plans to reconvene the legislative session today. Majority leaders have announced plans to reconvene the regular session on May 4, with plans to pass…Continue To Article
Kay Ivey’s Decisions Will Be Judged By History
Governor Kay Ivey is now entering the “re-opening” phase of the COVID-19 crisis, with Ivey announcing her phased re-opening plan on Tuesday. Fair or not, these decisions over the next weeks and months will…Continue To Article
AL Democratic Congressional Candidates Urge Lawmakers to Expand Medicaid
On Wednesday, Alabama Democratic Congressional candidates, Phyliss Harvey-Hall (AL-02), Dr. Adia Winfrey (AL-03), and Rick Neighbors (AL-04) issued a joint statement urging state lawmakers to expand Medicaid.
The candidates declared, “The accelerating…Continue To Article
Gov. Ivey: Safer-At-Home Order Will Go Into Effect on April 30th at 5 P.M.
At a press conference on Tuesday, Alabama Governor Kay Ivey announced that the current Stay-At-Home order will expire on April 30th at 5 p.m.
“On April 30th, our current stay-at-home order will expire,”…Continue To Article
Rep. Garrett: Ivey Will Announce Reopening Plans Tomorrow
On a call w/ members of…Continue To Article