Let me be clear: any impropriety with a child is abhorrent

November 13, 2017

By Bill Britt
Alabama Political Reporter

As one more accuser steps forward, it is now difficult to see Roy Moore’s path progress in his bid to become a senator from Alabama. There is already too much carnage left in the wake of the allegations against him.

But knowing Moore, he will not stand down. If he quits, he’s admitting guilt. If he stays, it will most likely only get worse for his accusers, the state of Alabama and for Moore and his family. But I don’t think retreat is in his nature.
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Animal Shelter Reporting Requirement Voted Down in Legislature

April 1, 2015

By Brandon Moseley
Alabama Political Reporter

Tuesday, March 31, the Alabama House of Representatives voted down legislation, HB 85, that would have required animal shelters to provide records of the outcomes of animals in their care to the public on demand.

The bill was sponsored in the House by K. L. Brown (R-Jacksonville).  Rep. Brown told reporters afterwards that he was shocked by the vote. Brown said that the bill had been passed by the House last year without a single no vote. 
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