ADOC could be held in contempt for failing to meet mental health staffing requirements
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Jones calls on Birmingham-based for-profit college CEO to assist student after sudden closure
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Trey Glenn, the EPA’s Southeast administrator, and Scott Phillips, a former Alabama Environmental Management commissioner, have been indicted by a Jefferson County grand jury on multiple...
The BCA exodus has begun. A day after Alabama Power announced its plans to leave the Business Council of Alabama, two more powerhouses — Regions Bank,...
If the State Board of Education is picking a new superintendent, count on controversy. Eric Mackey, the head of the Superintendents of Alabama group, was selected...
Friday, Alabama Gov. Kay Ivey signed controversial HB317 into law. GOP gubernatorial primary opponent Scott Dawson reacted to Ivey’s signing of House Bill 317. “After decades...
There are two members of the Alabama House of Representatives who go by the name Jack; one is Vestavia Hills Republican Jack “J.D.” Williams, AKA “Bad...
Monday, Tuscaloosa Mayor and Democratic candidate for governor, Walt Maddox claimed that passage of HB317 is not necessary to recruit jobs to the state and urged...
Another prominent Alabama Republican lawmaker has been arrested on public corruption charges. According to a release from U.S. Attorney Louis Franklin, Birmingham Rep. Jack Williams was...
Economic developers may soon be exempted from registering as lobbyist after a tense day in the Legislature characterized with delay tactics and a narrow Senate vote....
The Senate Fiscal Responsibility and Economic Development Committee gave a favorable report to a much-amended version of House Bill 317 after a lengthy discussion. House Bill...
By Bill Britt Alabama Political Reporter Controversy still clings to HB317, also known as The Alabama Jobs Enhancement Act, despite the substitute added Tuesday that, at...