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Ask about tribal elections among members of the Poarch Band of Creek Indians and you almost always get a wry smile in return. “There’s no polling...
In what insiders are describing as a stunning show of arrogance, the Poarch Band of Creek Indians is hosting an extravagant dinner for elected officials at...
Once, an endorsement from the Business Council of Alabama was a clear indication of the frontrunner in a political race, but this changed dramatically during the...
Over the past several months, a picture of a shirtless Robbie McGhee, vice chair of the Poarch Creek Indians, dancing with a nightclub entertainer has circulated...
Behind closed doors in Atmore and in the halls of the U.S. Senate, the Poarch Band of Creek Indians are desperate to pass a Land Reaffirmation...
There may have been a time when the Business Council of Alabama was a cohesive organization dedicated to growth opportunities for all its members, but those...
By Bill Britt Alabama Political Reporter While the Ethics Commission was interviewing witnesses on Union Street last Wednesday to determine if there was probable cause...
By Bill Britt and Susan Britt Alabama Political Reporter MONTGOMERY—Legislation from Sen. Jim McClendon proposing a vote of the people on a constitutional amendment to approve...
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