Opinion | Marshall axes Hart to please political donors
Opinion | RIP, ethics
ALEA sued for suspending licenses of low-income Alabamians for unpaid tickets
EPA Region 4 administrator Trey Glenn resigns after indictment
Ivey announces $48.7 million for restoration, conservation projects
Shelby discusses disaster assistance for the Wiregrass with Trump
Jones co-sponsors bipartisan bill to address growing chronic wasting disease problem
McCarthy defeats Jordan for GOP Minority Leader
Palmer elected to 116th Congress’s GOP leadership team
Post election analysis of a Republican win
More than $100,000 campaign finance penalties collected during 2018 election season
Secretary Merrill orders election workers not to count write-in votes
Ivey launches inaugural committee
New Alabama House Republican Caucus meets to select leadership
Opinion | The Alabama Democratic Party has no plan, no hope for the future
Opinion | The political genius in film: William Goldman
Jefferson County indictments raise serious questions about Ethics Commission’s actions
Opinion | Will Republicans bring change or status quo?
Opinion | Once again, Godspeed Speaker McCutcheon
Opinion | Straight-party suicide
Opinion | Sellouts are running Alabama’s environmental agencies. Why don’t you care?
Opinion | Let us give thanks
Opinion | Role model statesmanship showcased in the public square
Opinion | Words cannot express our gratitude
Opinion | Alabama board of education member says school choice is trying to “destroy a whole race of people”
Opinion | Brewbaker: Advice for new legislators
By Lee Hedgepeth Alabama Political Reporter As promised, the Alabama Political Reporter was present for the public hearing on the proposed changes to the death penalty...
By Lee Hedgepeth Alabama Political Reporter Week Two of the 2014 legislative session begins today, and there is much to watch in Alabama politics. With both...
By Lee Hedgepeth Alabama Political Reporter There will be a public hearing today at noon at the State House in Montgomery on proposed legislation, labeled the...
By Lee Hedgepeth Alabama Political Reporter Alabama’s Public Service Commission, which regulates the State’s utilities, met on January 14th for their monthly business meeting. The Commission,...
By Lee Hedgepeth Alabama Political Reporter Since the late 1980s, when states across the US began cracking down on drug use by any means necessary, Alabama...
By Lee Hedgepeth Alabama Political Reporter Yesterday on Twitter, Speaker of the Alabama House of Representatives Mike Hubbard declared it “Tax Relief” Day in the body....
By Lee Hedgepeth Alabama Political Reporter As has been anticipated, the Alabama Department of Education this week released a list of “failing” schools as provided for...
By Lee Hedgepeth Alabama Political Reporter Early Thursday morning in the Capitol auditorium, Governor Bentley announced that he will support new legislation that he says, if...
By Lee Hedgepeth Alabama Political Reporter Yesterday in the Alabama State House, members of the Senate’s Governmental Affairs Committee held their first meeting of the 2014...
By: Lee Hedgepeth Alabama Political Reporter Ever since the federal government announced the introduction of the Common Core educational standards as one of the factors considered...