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Justice COURT LEGAL LADY JUSTICE
Alabamians react to Justice Department's targeting of Idaho abortion law

The Department of Justice is suing the state of Idaho arguing that the state's abortion bill is an illegal ban on abortion access.

Ayman al-Zawahri
Former Army Ranger, state senator and current Congressman both concerned about al-Qaida presence in Afghanistan

"The fact that Ayman al-Zawahiri, one of the masterminds of the 9/11 attacks, was living in Kabul is proof that President Biden lied to the American people last year when he falsely claimed that al-Qaida was ‘gone’ in Afghanistan,” said Rep. Rogers.

US House of Rep Aderholt Robert Facebook
Aderholt says that Biden turned a recovery into a recession

“Joe Biden Inherited a Recovery and Created a Recession, When Joe Biden took office in January of 2021, he inherited a booming COVID recovery from the Trump Administration.  His economic prescriptions have now had a year to be absorbed by the economy and it's clearly bad medicine.  All of his policies on issues from energy, to dealing with supply chain issues, to inflation, have led to this economic mess.," said Rep. Aderholt.

James Hardie plant in Prattville
James Hardie breaks ground on expansion of its Prattville plant

"The public and private sector has embraced James Hardie’s presence in our state, which has led the company to announce in August 2022 that it will double its square footage and add 200 jobs to the Prattville/Autauga County location," Nicole Jones said.

Lowndes County Press Conference 2
Biden Administration launches USDA-EPA partnership to provide wastewater sanitation to the Blackbelt and other communities

EPA Administrator: Michael Regan, U.S. Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack, and White House Infrastructure Coordinator Mitch Landrieu visited Lowndes County on Tuesday to announce a new federal program to improve wastewater treatment systems in the rural county.

AR style rifle by STNGR Industries
Alabama Congressman asks constituents if they favor banning semi-automatic weapons

"Do you think the federal government should ban semiautomatic weapons?” Rep. Jerry Carl is asking constituents in a new poll that he is conducting.

Beatrice nichols
'We cherish our liberties': Congressional candidate says gun rights could unite the people of the Seventh District

“There are Democrats in the Seventh District who want to defend their families,” said Nichols on her support of gun rights. “In the Seventh District we treasure our freedoms. We cherish our liberties.”

Lowndes County
USDA Secretary Vilsack and EPA Administrator Regan to visit Lowndes County Tuesday

Congresswoman Terri Sewell (D-AL07) will welcome the dignitaries from the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA), Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), and White House Infrastructure Coordinator to Lowndes County in Alabama's Seventh Congressional District.

Assault Weapons Ban
Alabama Congressman votes against 'Assault Weapons Ban,' calls it 'unconstitutional'

“This unconstitutional mandate won’t make Americans any safer and will instead result in the disarming of thousands of lawful gun owners who simply want to protect their families and exercise their constitutional rights,” said Rep. Barry Moore.

Romay Davis
Veteran honored for service on the 74th anniversary of the integration of U.S. Armed Forces

At the age of 102, Mrs. Davis is the oldest living member of the 6888th Central Postal Directory Battalion of the United States Army. Throughout World War II, this dedicated group of African American women sorted mail and care packages to maintain the morale of American soldiers stationed abroad,” said Rep. Terri Sewell,

Kay Ivey at Law Enforcement Memorial
Ivey makes commission and D.A. appointments

Gov. Kay Ivey has appointed Carmen Moore-Zeigler to the Montgomery County Commission, Matthew McKenzie to the Baldwin County Commission, and Todd Watson as District Attorney for Monroe and Conecuh Counties.

Terri Sewell
Sewell votes along with House Democrats to approve 'Assault Weapons Ban of 2022'

“Barely a month after the Supreme Court’s landmark decision in NYSRPA v. Bruen, gun control advocates in Congress are spearheading an assault upon the freedoms and civil liberties of law-abiding Americans," said NRA-ILA Executive Director Jason Ouimet.

Republicans speakers at 2022 Summer Dinner
Alabama Republican Summer dinner and meeting date announced

“Kristi Noem is one of America's favorite governors, Herschel Walker has energized people across the country with his common-sense conservative message, and Attorney General Fitch has a remarkable story for her role arguing before the Supreme Court in the case that overturned Roe v. Wade this year. These Republican figures are working hard to restore America, and we look forward to welcoming them to Sweet Home Alabama,” said ALGOP Chairman John Wahl.

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Congress approves NASA Authorization Act

“With strong support from the Biden-Harris Administration as well as this authorization, NASA will continue to advance scientific discoveries, enable sustainable aviation, address climate change, and much more,” NASA Administrator Bill Nelson said.

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Palmer and Moore opposed CHIPS and Science Act, Sewell voted in favor

“This $280 billion unpaid-for bill is a wasted opportunity to combat aggression by the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) and ignores the record levels of inflation American families are facing,” said Rep. Palmer.

Joe Biden
Congressmen and Senator from Alabama criticize Biden economic policies after second quarter of GDP decline

"Biden, Pelosi, and Schumer have only worsened the economic crisis facing Americans with their out-of-control socialist spending and anti-American energy policies," said Rep. Mike Rogers.

Kay Ivey at Hudson Alpha greenhouse 2
HudsonAlpha opens new greenhouse facility

“Research that goes on at the HudsonAlpha Center for Plant Science and Sustainable Agricultures Greenhouse and Education Learning will have the capacity to transform the field of agricultural genomics, right here in Alabama,” Dr. Nicole Jones said.

Mo Brooks in baseball game
Brooks will start at first base in congressional baseball game tonight

"The Congressional Baseball Game is a great tradition that brings Republicans and Democrats together at the Washington Nationals stadium,” Rep. Brooks said.

Michael Mc Cartney
Former Auburn University Trustee Michael McCartney dies

Michael McCartney was the President of McCartney Construction, served 14 years on the Auburn University Board of Trustees, and headed the powerful Alabama Road Builders. He was also a great philanthropist and family man who was deeply involved with his state, community, and Auburn University.

moon
NASA’s LRO finds lunar pits harboring comfortable temperatures

Recent analysis reveals that astronauts could potentially use deep pits on the Moon to shelter from the severity of the lunar surface according to a recent report by NASA.

child vaccine
ADPH recommends COVID-19 vaccinations for students; some doctors disagree

"Getting children all recommended vaccines is one of the most important things parents can do to help protect their kids’ health, the health of their classmates, and their community," ADPH wrote in a statement.

Alabama Attorney General Steve Marshall.
Marshall sues Biden administration over threat to withhold school lunch money if state does not advance LGBTQ+ agenda

According to the new guidance, schools would risk forfeiting lunch money for their neediest students if they engage in “sex discrimination,” such as having sex-separated bathrooms or sports teams for boys and girls.

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More than 70 employers to participate in job fair at Wallace State

Sewell will host her 11th Annual Job Fair in her hometown of Selma in the heart of Alabama’s rural Black Belt.

Wildfire fire
USDA announces $1 billion in grants for plans to defend against wildfires

“Prescribed fires not only reduce fuels but also serve many other important ecological functions, including increasing plant and animal biodiversity and reducing unwanted pests like ticks and chiggers."

President Joe Biden. Photo: Evan Vucci, AP
Biden's low approval numbers on economy may impact midterm elections

Biden Administration officials want to redefine recession ahead of GDP report. The President's low economic approval numbers could impact the midterm elections.

Forest photo by Steven Kamenar
USDA announces plans to plant more than one billion trees to fight climate change

The REPLANT Act directs the Forest Service to plant more than a billion trees over the next decade, removes a cap of $30 million and is now expected to provide the agency significantly more resources every year to do so.

ULTRASOUND BABY ABORTION BIRTH
Barry Moore votes against the Right to Contraception Act, calls it unnecessary

“Struggling families in Alabama and all over America are increasingly frustrated and furious at being ignored by tone-deaf Democrats who continue to desperately pump out do-nothing legislation to keep the radicals in their party at bay," said Rep. Barry Moore.

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