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The bill also prohibits businesses from refusing goods and services to customers based on immunization status.

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There is bipartisan support for Senate Bill 118, which is now being considered in the House.

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Following the guilty verdict, Alabama's leaders talked about what it meant and what's left to be done.

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The legislation would guarantee that Alabamians in nursing homes be allowed at least one visitor — even during a public health emergency.

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Shelby questioned witnesses during a defense appropriations subcommittee hearing.

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House Bill 1, which would criminalize gender-affirming care for trans youth, could soon come up for a vote.

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“We’ve seen the progress that other states have made," Democratic Party Chairman Chris England said.

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The percentage of claims reported to be due to the pandemic dropped from 76 percent three weeks ago to 30 percent last week.

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Several members expressed concern the bill could hamper the governor's ability to quickly act in times of emergencies.

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State Health Officer Dr. Scott Harris said there have been no reports of adverse reactions in Alabama.

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"There are no believable reasons left for not expanding Medicaid."

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"Electric vehicles are cheaper to drive and maintain than their gas-powered competitors and provide high-paying jobs for Alabamians."

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"These efforts to improve and coordinate our education and workforce training programs have received national acclaim."

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"Congresswoman Sewell is prioritizing the health of our seniors and under-served."

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Staff Report President Obama is rejecting comparisons to Mr. Spock, the emotion-less Vulcan character on Star Trek. Asked by Barbara Walters of ABC News...

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