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Judge Liles Burke ordered attorneys in a lawsuit against Alabama's gender-affirming care ban to produce a privileged document.

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By prioritizing religious doctrine over empirical evidence, the court's ruling aligns with a broader trend of intertwining church and state.

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A bill that would allow the AG or governor to select city's police chief is rooted in cheap politics, and it won't help anyone.

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Reproductive healthcare advocacy organizations sound alarm about negative trends in Alabama healthcare, blaming recent restrictions on abortion and IVF.

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ALBBAA wants to see photos showcasing the many attractions and activities available throughout the region.

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Miguel Diaz-Lucier has been appointed as the new communications director for the city of Montgomery.

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The groups say the adopted changes stray far from the original proposal put forward for public comment.

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The fallout from Dobbs has been catastrophic for women's healthcare rights, and empty promises that it'll all be fine aren't helping.

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We were focused on delivering actual results that would continue to make Alabama the best state in the country.

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The delays in medical marijuana availability aren't because of lawsuits, but the violations of laws those lawsuits target.

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The judge echoed a sentiment from an earlier era: "The arc of the moral universe is long, but it bends toward justice."

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Staff Report Aerospace Coatings International is under new ownership. The Oxford company, which employs 130 people, belonged to state Sen. Del Marsh, R-Anniston, until...

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