Don’t look away just yet, HB317 is still around
“Zombie Bill” thought dead, juvenile justice reform bill resurfaces in Alabama Senate
Ivey signs pay raises into law
Governor signs execution by nitrogen bill into law
House passes bill to increase penalties for Fentanyl trafficking
Washington Post reportedly continues investigation of Roy Moore
Palmer votes against omnibus spending bill
U.S. Senate passes $1.3 trillion funding bill
Sen. Doug Jones calls on Congress to tackle gun violence in maiden Senate speech
Shelby urges passage of new omnibus spending deal
Lieutenant governor bill likely dead for this session
Mike Huckabee campaigns for Scott Dawson
Scandal, blue dogs and the fickle public could change the 2018 election, maybe
Hobson campaign announces county chairs
Former Congressman Terry Everett endorses Barry Moore
Opinion | Countdown to the end of session: Don’t let the screen door hit you
Opinion | AG, commerce secretary hide real problem with economic development bill
Opinion | Piecemeal approach to ethics reform continues, and it’s questionable
Opinion | Crusaders against payday lenders sink to new low
Opinion | Notes on a theme: Nonsense
Opinion | Greed is threatening the daycare bill again
Opinion | Active shooter on campus! Wasp spray may save us
Opinion | Montgomery reappoints disgraced judge, needs new leadership
Opinion | The Alabama House: Making Illegal Lobbying Legal Again
Opinion | Milton McGregor still on the scene
Opinion | Battling the death penalty with Baldwin
Opinion | Checking in on the Alabama Accountability Act
Opinion | Protecting our children
Opinion | When liberals help the poor they do more harm than good
Opinion | Licensing away economic prosperity
By Bill Britt Alabama Political Reporter MONTGOMERY—The post-trial appeal of convicted felon and former Speaker of the House, Mike Hubbard, finally expired on September 8, in...
By Susan Britt Alabama Political Reporter OPELIKA—Judge Jacob Walker, III, officially filed Michael G. Hubbard’s sentence with Alacourt on Wednesday. Hubbard was found guilty on 12...
By Bill Britt Alabama Political Reporter MONTGOMERY—Almost two years after his indictment, Michael G. Hubbard was convicted and sentenced to 96 years, with a split sentence...
By Bill Britt Alabama Politcal Reporter Michael G. Hubbard received a sentence of 96 years for his crimes. However, because he was convicted under State ethics...
By Bill Britt Alabama Political Reporter MONTGOMERY—Michael G. Hubbard has been found guilty of 12 felony counts of public corruption, and he will be sentenced for...
By Bill Britt Alabama Political Reporter Michael G. Hubbard, on Friday, June 10, the thirteenth day of his trial, was found guilty on twelve counts of...
By Bill Britt Alabama Political Reporter OPELIKA—The State of Alabama v. Michael G. Hubbard, day twelve, marked the beginning of the end for the criminal trial...
By Bill Britt Alabama Political Reporter OPELIKA—In the matter of the State of Alabama v. Michael G. Hubbard, the defendant, during testimony on day eleven, sought...
By Bill Britt Alabama Politcal Reporter OPELIKA—In what one veteran attorney called a desperate move, Michael G. Hubbard took the stand in his own defense today,...
By Bill Britt Alabama Political Reporter OPELIKA—In the matter of the State of Alabama v. Michael G. Hubbard: He is on trial for violating the State’s...