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Dr. Scott Harris said hospitals "by and large are out" of vaccines and largely only have enough for required second doses.

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Watson admits in court documents to carrying a can of mace and a pocket knife during the riots.

Courts

The argument is identical to one made in state courts in 2018 and 2019. Those lawsuits were eventually tossed by the courts.

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A UAB doctor said the hospital could do more, if it had more vaccine.

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"It does not have to be this way. What we are really failing are the families here in our state."

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"As citizens, we all should celebrate this day and wish President Biden and Vice President Harris success beyond measure."

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U.S. Sen. Tommy Tuberville, R-Alabama, supported Henry's pardon.

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The COVID-19 Pandemic

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Dr. Karen Landers said earlier plans for an online registration portal didn't come to fruition, but it could be online within two weeks.

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"We will get shots in the arm and off the shelf. In the meantime, be patient," Ivey said.

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The decision reduced the CARES funds budget for cities and counties to a combined $178 million.

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"The Trump presidency certainly showed us how fragile it all is."

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"The distribution of vaccines to Alabama will continue to be interrupted until Alabama plays by the rules."

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"Ivey and this Legislature did not cause this problem. It has been building up and festering for years."

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"A day split between honoring MLK’s sacrifice and fight for equality, and Robert E. Lee, a murderous traitor and slaveowner."

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