Richard Shelby Comes Out In Support Of Justice Act Police Reform Bill
Today Senator Richard Shelby tweeted his support of the Justice Act, a bill that Senate Republicans are pushing as their solution to police reform in America.
Proud to be a cosponsor…Continue To Article
Shelby and Jones Vote For Bipartisan Coronavirus Relief Package
On Wednesday, the U.S. Senate passed the Families First Coronavirus Response Act in order to address the economic insecurity faced by many American businesses and citizens during the Coronavirus crisis. The legislation had the bipartisan…Continue To Article
Jones And Shelby Introduce Legislation To Establish Alabama Black Belt As National Heritage Area
On Friday, Alabama Senators Richard Shelby and Doug Jones introduced a bill known as the “Alabama Black Belt National Heritage Area Act,” S.3363. A press release stated that the bill would “establish the…Continue To Article
Jeff Sessions: “I’m the North Alabama Candidate”
During a Saturday appearance at the Tennessee Valley Republican Club, former Attorney General and GOP Senate candidate Jeff Sessions pitched himself as “the North Alabama candidate”.
“I said last night to the Young…Continue To Article
Shelby Accuses House Democrats of Abusing Power of Impeachment
Shortly ahead of President Donald Trump’s acquittal in the Senate, Alabama’s Senior Senator, Republican Richard Shelby gave strong remarks highlighting his support of Trump and rebuking House Democrats.
“As a senator, I believe that…Continue To Article
Doug Jones Will Vote “Yea” on Both Articles of Impeachment
In an email to his supporters, Democratic Senator Doug Jones announced that he will vote “Yea” on both articles of impeachment against President Donald Trump. The first article alleges that the President abused the…Continue To Article
The Republicans’ Deplorable Cowardice
Sen. Majority Leader Mitch McConnell and many of his GOP brethren made it clear from the beginning that they were committed to blindly following Trump, whatever the cost, and that they never had any intention of honoring their oaths to consider the matter impartially.Continue To Article
Jones Votes “Yea” and Shelby Votes “Nay” on Motion to Subpoena Witnesses and Documents
The motion to subpoena witnesses for testimony in the impeachment trial of President Donald Trump failed last night in a 51-49 vote. Senators Susan Collins…Continue To Article