By Brandon Moseley
Alabama Political Reporter
Tuesday, leaders of various conservative and Tea Party groups held a planning meeting at the Alabama State House an hour before the 2018 Regular Legislative Session began.
Dr. Lou Campomenosi with the Common Sense Campaign of Alabama emceed the event. Campomenosi said, “I think it is important for people like us to meet to set the tone for the Legislature.”
Pastor John Killian praised the efforts of the Tea Party. “You folks, your work has paid off. Things are not perfect, but things are better than they were before 2010. Over a billion dollars has been cut, pro-life bills have passed, they sent us a constitutional amendment on pro-life that we should pass or they will never listen to us again.” Killian also praised the rolling reserve act and warned against legislation doing away with an elected school board. He also warned about a National Constitutional convention.