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Alabama House Democratic Caucus To Live Stream 2021 Legislative Agenda

By Brent Wilson on February 24, 2021

The Alabama House Democratic Caucus will be hosting a live stream event Wednesday, February 24, 2021 at 11 A.M. to put promote their legislative agenda and goals for the 2021 Alabama Legislative Session.

According…

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Alabama Republican Legislators Seek To Divert COVID-19 Federal Aid To Build New Prison, State House Building

By Brent Wilson on May 7, 2020

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

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Republicans Becoming A Danger To Themselves And Others

By Clete Wetli on May 7, 2020 | Opinion

Perhaps, the most disturbing thing is how they’ve collectively turned sensible things like social distancing and mask-wearing into a political frenzy for their base.

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AL House Minority Leader: More Questions Than Answers, Passing Budget Now Irresponsible

By Brent Wilson on April 29, 2020

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…

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Alabama Lands F-35s In Montgomery

By Brent Wilson on April 15, 2020

Governor Kay Ivey on Wednesday announced that the Secretary of the Air Force officially selected the 187th Fighter Wing at Dannely Field in Montgomery as the Air National Guard’s 6th operational location for the F-35s.

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5 Ways To Embrace Church Diversity

By Willie Spears on March 9, 2020 | Opinion

April 17, 1960, on NBC’s “Meet the Press” the pastor of Dexter Avenue Baptist Church in Montgomery, Alabama said one of the shameful tragedies of our society is that 11:00 a.m. Sunday morning is…

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Judge Dismisses Nancy Worley Lawsuit; Chris England Is Alabama Democratic Party Chair

By Brent Wilson on February 27, 2020

Montgomery Circuit Court Judge Greg Griffin has put to rest a battle for the power of the Alabama Democratic Party.

The lawsuit, filed by Nancy Worley, claimed that she was still the chair of…

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Guns and Socialism

By Jacob Morrison on January 27, 2020

An interview with an organizer from the Socialist Rifle Association

The conversation around guns is a heated one in the United States. 

It’s true that it hasn’t always been. In fact, until 2008, as a…

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Hidden Gem, Filmed Entirely In Alabama About Human Trafficking, Receives Positive Feedback Across Country

By Brent Wilson on January 21, 2020

The short film, Hidden Gem, was inspired by actual events on human trafficking and filmed entirely in Alabama with local talent and crew by Fowler Davis Entertainment and Red Sky Studios. January is Human Trafficking…

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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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