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On this Juneteenth, we renew our commitment to all Alabamians who have the right to know that their voices are heard.

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The DOJ in court filings Thursday warned two states that laws there would not survive the legal challenges.

Courts

The failed attempt to dismantle the Affordable Care Act is the third brought before the U.S. Supreme Court.

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President Joe Biden on Thursday signed a bill making June 19 a federal holiday in honor of Juneteenth.

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Professor Derryn Moten says Gov. Kay Ivey's proclamation on Juneteenth Day raises questions.

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The bill will now go to President Joe Biden’s desk to be signed into law.

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Assessed in 23 lifestyle indicators, the state scored especially low in male life expectancy and daycare quality.

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The COVID-19 Pandemic

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Gov. Kay Ivey warned that if left unaddressed, the U.S. Department of Justice will take over Alabama's prisons.

Economy

63 percent of the new claims were reported to be due to the pandemic.

Health

Vaccinations in Alabama have plummeted in recent weeks. Tuberville urged the public to get vaccinated.

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"This issue has to be addressed. Therefore, it looks imminent that at least two special sessions are in store for this year."

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"The 40-year-old theory examines the ways racism has affected our various systems, leading to diminished opportunities and injustices."

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"It would be foolish to argue that the Magna Carta anticipated all the rights and freedoms we enjoy today, but it certainly planted those...

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"All these races are on the cusp of beginning or have already begun."

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