Republican brand still strong despite corruption, convictions and copying Democrat predecessors
Ivey establishes statewide group to prepare Alabama for maximum Census participation
Political pollster predicts Brooks will easily best Joffrion
Alabama Children First to host bourbon, BBQ tasting fundraiser in Montgomery
Palmer addresses Shelby County Republican Women
Efforts underway to reestablish BCA as unifying voice for all businesses
Chief of staff departs Senate president pro tem’s office
Wages soar to 11-year high in Alabama during July
Rogers credits Republicans for strong economy
Congressman Mike Rogers addresses Moody leaders
Shelby announces rural development investments in Alabama
Vaughn comments on Lipscomb ethics filing situation
Robert McKay sues to have Lipscomb removed from the ballot
Ivey appoints Kelly Butler acting director of finance
Ivey visits Mobile for opening of newest Walmart distribution center
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The leadership's prediction that lawmakers would be home before Easter Sunday was accurate
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