Lieutenant governor picks deputy chief of staff
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Ivey: Pelham to resign, Bonner to take over as chief of staff
Sources: Ivey chief of staff set to resign
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McCutcheon announces standing committee assignments for 2019–2022 legislative term
House Democrats say new rules will subvert democracy, transparency
House Republican Caucus unanimously approves resolution urging AHSAA to reinstate Maori Davenport
House passes controversial new rules
Rep. Victor Gaston elected House speaker pro tem
Sen. Cam Ward will again chair the Alabama Senate Judiciary Committee
Ainsworth pushes better education, more ethical government in inaugural speech
Senate committee assignments released leave Democrats spread thin across multiple committees
Sen. Del Marsh re-elected President pro tempore of Alabama Senate
“They’re going to have to make some hard decisions:” Federal prison officers brace for second missed paycheck
PCI investing heavily in out-of-state casinos using un-taxed dollars from Alabama
More than 240 federal workers apply for unemployment compensation in Alabama as shutdown drags on
Shipt inks major deal to anchor Birmingham’s tallest skyscraper
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Limestone County Sheriff’s investigator files federal lawsuit against the sheriff, county commission
Rich Hobson appointed administrative director of Alabama Court System
Judge rules Memorial Preservation Act unconstitutional
Tom Parker sworn in as chief justice
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NASA’s New Horizons explores Ultima Thule in the Kuiper Belt
NASA 2018 highlights
Jones appointed to powerful Senate Armed Services Committee
NASA: OSIRIS-Rex has discovered water on Asteroid Bennu
Voyager 2 has left the heliosphere
Elton Dean will run for mayor of Montgomery
Moore restarts Twitter feed, promises new “details” about social media antics in Senate race
Ivey appoints two women to Jefferson County judgeships
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Elizabeth Warren announces 2020 presidential bid
Brooks, colleagues propose holding State of the Union address in the Senate Chamber
Senate rejects ban on federal funding of abortions
Byrne introduces term limits amendment
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