Ivey Declares State of Emergency
This week in Alabama Politics: ADC endorses, AEA dispute settled, and James Bonner
Pike County candidate urges supporters to vote Republican in primary before voting Democrat in Fall
45 state legislators have endorsed Kay Ivey for governor
Moore team postpones filing new lawsuits
Candidates appeal for votes from the Shelby County Republican Women
US Senate passes VA Mission Act with Jones, Shelby support
State, Mo Brooks sue to block counting of immigrants in 2020 census
Byrne, Brooks call on Mueller to “wrap up” investigation
Alabama GOP denounces Jones for voting no on Haspel
Ivey backs Nobel Peace Prize for Trump
Alabama Retail Association makes endorsements
Battle speaks at forum in Indian Springs
Ethics Review Committee is a long con
Opinion | Cobb’s pledge sets a trap for rivals; Very Trumpian
BCA, ALFA and PCI support candidates with a history of misogyny
Opinion | The black hand behind Perry Hand
Opinion | Hey Batter, Batter: Taunting Ivey over debates is a silly thing
Opinion | Boys State debate couldn’t come at a better time
Opinion | Inside the Statehouse: Less than two weeks to primary – governor’s race
Opinion | All you need is love
Opinion | Straight party? That’s lazy, or stupid
Opinion | Inside the Statehouse: Low voter turnout expected for primary
Opinion | Conservatives must not leave the culture war battle to “summertime soldiers and sunshine patriots”
Opinion | Senator Rusty Glover: The people’s voice
Opinion | House passes VA bill, funds Choice Program
Opinion | Appreciation for Law Enforcement
Opinion | Let’s get our facts straight on the bridge
Thursday, the Kay Ivey for governor campaign announced that 45 Alabama lawmakers from across the state have endorsed Ivey. The legislators cited her leadership in creating...
By Brandon Moseley Alabama Political Reporter Tuesday, the Alabama House of Representatives passed a bill that would allow county school superintendents to take second or third...
House Minority Leader Rep. Craig Ford When it comes to education policy, I don’t often agree with my colleague, Rep. Terri Collins (R-Decatur). But this year...
By Larry Lee Education Matters After more than four years of endless meetings and countless discussions about how someone can label a school with one grade...
By Bill Britt Alabama Political Reporter Theodore Roosevelt once said, “When they call the roll in the Senate, the Senators do not know whether to answer...
By Larry Lee Education Matters Back in 2012 state representative Terri Collins of Decatur got legislation passed that requires all schools in the state to receive...
By Brandon Moseley Alabama Political Reporter Thursday, May 7, the Ways and Means Education Trust Fund Committee held a rare second committee meeting of the week...
By Bill BrittAlabama Political Reporter Quid pro quo, Latin for “this for that,” is better understood as I give you something and you give me...
Staff Report Measure could be impetus to major education reforms going forward MONTGOMERY – A plan to bring unprecedented accountability to Alabama’s education system and provide...