The fix was in
Court denies King’s bid to block RAGA money from Marshall
Shipt Announces Over 800 new Jobs in the Birmingham Area
Businessman Tim James endorses Ainsworth
Mallory Hagan takes Congressional campaign to Moody
House Appropriations Committee passes Aderholt amendment protecting the religious freedoms of adoption agencies
U.S. Rep. Bradley Byrne to speak at MARC meeting
State Rep. Margie Wilcox selected as a CSG 2018 Toll Fellow
Brooks: Trump is right to demand NATO allies spend more on defense
Palmer favors immigration reform without providing amnesty
Tracie West asks for Alabama Republican Assembly support
Opinion | BCA takes out the trash, finally
Opinion | No, Mr. Marshall, it’s you
Ethics Review Committee is a long con
Opinion | Cobb’s pledge sets a trap for rivals; Very Trumpian
Opinion | Our duty to refugees
Opinion | Inside the Statehouse: Primary runoffs next week
Opinion | Are Republicans and Democrats all the same?
Opinion | Birmingham superfund scam extends well beyond federal courtroom
Opinion | Gerald Dial is a steady hand for Alabama
Opinion | Sez you, Nikki Haley
Opinion | Groups, initiatives align under AlabamaWorks! success plus
Opinion | What to expect during Kavanaugh’s confirmation battle
Opinion | Border security must always come first
Despite the Ivey Administration’s push to pass questionable ethics-busting bill HB317 or her public praise for its passage, the governor is now being counseled not to...
Politicos across the state are recognizing that the state’s Republican leadership is endangering their legacy by passing legislation to weaken current ethics statutes. Gubernatorial candidate Tuscaloosa...
A substitute to controversial economic development House Bill 317 was written over the weekend. Individuals with knowledge of the substitute legislation say it amends some of...
During a hearing on Wednesday to discuss the controversial economic development bill, HB317, not a soul present addressed the critical problem with the bill — the...
By Bill Britt Alabama Political Reporter An article published by The Alabama Political Reporter (APR) has drawn fire from campaign operatives for freshman Senator Luther Strange...