The shape of things to come?

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By Bill Britt
Alabama Political Reporter

Several decisions over the next few weeks and months could significantly affect Alabama’s future for generations. Among these are, the appointment of Senator Jeff Sessions’ replacement, the Special Supreme Court’s ruling in Chief Justice Roy Moore’s appeal and the findings of the Montgomery Grand Jury concerning Governor Robert Bentley.

Bentley is publicly holding casting-calls

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Hubbard: Defiant and Unrepentant

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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 laws, Judge Jacob Walker, III, with advice from the State’s prosecution, gave him a split sentence of 4 years behind bars, with no “good time” or chance of parole, and 16 years probation.

There has been a cry of outrage over what is perceived as a light sentence for such a corrupt

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Armistead Hopes Hubbard is Not Convicted

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By Brandon Moseley
Alabama Political Reporter

On Tuesday, October 21, the Alabama Political Reporter talked with Alabama Republican Party Chairman Bill Armistead about the recent arrest of Speaker of the Alabama House of Representatives Mike Hubbard (R from Auburn).

Alabama has a general election every four years.  The state elects the bodies of both houses of the State legislature, the Governor, the Lieutenant Governor, the Attorney General

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Judge Grants Moore’s Request

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By Brandon Moseley
Alabama Political Reporter

The Judge in the Lee County perjury trial of State Representative Barry Moore (R) from Enterprise has granted his legal team more time to prepare their defense.

Following the rejection of his pre-trial appeal by the Alabama State Supreme Court, the legal team working for state Representative Barry Moore (R) from Enterprise told the court that they need more time to prepare a defense for the Republican

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Moore’s Team Wants More Time to Prepare a Defense

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By Brandon Moseley
Alabama Political Reporter

Following the rejection of his pre-trial appeal by the Alabama State Supreme Court, the legal team working for State Representative Barry Moore (R) from Enterprise are telling the court that they need more time to prepare a defense for the Republican lawmaker, who has been indicted by the Lee County Grand Jury on charges that he knowingly made false statements to both state investigators and

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