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Roy Moore, Doug Jones tie nothing to celebrate

By Josh Moon Alabama Political Reporter It’s time that we had a little talk about Roy Moore. Messages came pouring in to me on social media Tuesday evening following the release of a Fox News poll that showed Moore in a statistical tie with Democratic challenger Doug Jones. There was great glee among the more Read More

New House committee to tackle waste

By Josh Moon Alabama Political Reporter There’s a new House committee focused on cutting waste and streamlining the budgeting process. House Speaker Mac McCutcheon announced the new committee, formally called the Committee on Fiscal Responsibility, at a press conference Tuesday. It will be chaired by Rep. Chris Pringle. “Its task is to give taxpayers the Read More

Gov. Ivey announces Special Election dates for House District 21

By Brandon Moseley Alabama Political Reporter  Monday, Alabama Gov. Kay Ivey signed a proclamation to set the Special Election dates for Alabama House District 21. Gov. Ivey set the major party primaries for Tuesday, Jan. 9, 2018. If a major party runoff is necessary, it will be on Tuesday, March 27, 2018. The Special General Read More

Senators Rand Paul, Mike Lee endorse Roy Moore for US Senate

By Brandon Moseley Alabama Political Reporter Tuesday, the Judge Roy Moore (R) for U.S. Senate campaign announced that it has received the endorsements of U.S. Senators Rand Paul, R-Kentucky, and Mike Lee, R-Utah. The Moore campaign said that Sen. Rand Paul has served in the United States Senate for six years and has earned a Read More

House passes Legislation strengthening whistleblower protections

By Brandon Moseley Alabama Political Reporter Monday, October 16, 2017, U.S. Representative Martha Roby, R-Montgomery, wrote in an email to constituents that the U.S. House of Representatives has passed a bill protecting federal whistleblowers from retaliation. Congresswoman Roby wrote, “I’m proud to report that last week the House unanimously passed legislation that will strengthen penalties Read More

Political fortunes come and go

By Steve Flowers Inside the State House Now that the dust has settled from the Republican Senate primary, we can focus on the much-anticipated 2018 elections. Kay Ivey is definitely running for governor. She raised over one million dollars in a few short weeks in August with an exploratory committee. As of the last reporting Read More

Doug Jones fundraising jumps to about $1.3 million, campaign says
Roy Moore’s Twitter account sees a Russian invasion
Lawyer asks AG for documents related to Luther Strange, 35th Avenue Superfund site
Human Rights Campaign endorses Doug Jones
Airbus announces second line in Mobile
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Does love win when a 20-week old baby is aborted? Some liberals think so

By Bill Britt Alabama Political Reporter A recent poll of the U.S. Senate race in Alabama is giving liberal Democrats hope that Judge Roy Moore’s beliefs are too far out of the mainstream for him to win in December’s general election. A recent Fox poll shows Moore and former U.S. Attorney Doug Jones in a Read More

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    An exciting new era for Birmingham

    By Joey Kennedy Alabama Political Reporter Here in Birmingham, the excitement continues after Randall Woodfin solidly defeated incumbent Mayor William Bell in the Oct. 3 runoff for mayor. So beginning Nov. 28, the state’s largest city will have that city’s youngest mayor in a long, long time. Woodfin, 36, and a lawyer in the city’s Read More

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    Steve
    Flowers

    Political fortunes come and go

    By Steve Flowers Inside the State House Now that the dust has settled from the Republican Senate primary, we can focus on the much-anticipated 2018 elections. Kay Ivey is definitely running for governor. She raised over one million dollars in a few short weeks in August with an exploratory committee. As of the last reporting Read More

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    Why do cops and soldiers keep voting against themselves?

    By Josh Moon Alabama Political Reporter Of course, Donald Trump told the widow of Sgt. La David Johnson that her husband “knew what he signed up for” and referred to him only as “your guy.” It doesn’t matter where you stand politically. If you have possessed the ability to hear over the last year, whether Read More

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