According to Stringer, leaving the required permit system is not an extreme danger as it was not as safe or foolproof as many believed.
In addition to a shortage of health care providers, Alabama’s hospitals are struggling on the business side due to the convoluted structure of insurance.
Earlier this year, Britt joined several Republican lawmakers in authoring an amicus brief arguing against the forgiveness plan.
Like most of the United States, Alabama is facing a shortage of doctors in both urban and rural areas.
Dozens of books containing LGBTQ content in one form or another are available, with many catering to teenagers, young adults, and children.
The Alabama Department of Commerce sent a delegation to the 2023 Paris Air Show, led by Commerce Secretary Greg Canfield, with the goal of building “on the $3.6 billion in new capital investments made by the [aerospace] industry in Alabama growth projects since 2016.”
According to research conducted by the Public Affairs Research Council of Alabama, 24% of Alabama third graders tested are not reading on grade level.
With more people in Alabama purchasing electric vehicles and the Biden administration pledging to dramatically increase EV sales by 2030, there is concern that the higher demand for electricity could drive up consumer costs and overwhelm the grid, but there are solutions.
On Friday, the Senate Armed Services Committee (SASC) released its 2024 National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA), which outlines military spending and provides guidance for the coming fiscal year.
“I want to encourage business owners who are currently engaged in or thinking of starting to process meat (cattle, swine or poultry) to apply for this beneficial program,” said Commissioner of Agriculture and Industries Rick Pate.
A combination of heavy rain and a late freeze is putting South Alabama’s watermelon crop in jeopardy just as demand ramps up in the summer months.
Dothan City Schools is suing a mother and her disruptive son to have him removed from class. The child’s attorneys argue that DCS failed to comply with special education protocols and pursue legal remedies for the student’s behavior.
On Wednesday, Representative Barry Moore (R-Enterprise) questioned Special Counsel John Durham during a House Judiciary Committee hearing on the FBI’s investigation of Russian collusion by the Trump campaign during the 2016 election.
On March 11, the venue hosted “Freya’s Drag Spectacular,” featuring drag queen Freya the Dark in a “night of fun for all ages,” according to an event description.
“For everybody that I talk to who says, ‘Hey, we’re seeing softening in the economy,’ there are other folks I talk to who say record year. For everyone that says, ‘We think consumer spending is slowing down,’ somebody else is saying, ‘No, listen, the consumer is still going strong.’”
'I said it's amazing that all these bills just come out, but are there bills that we need to be trying to repeal versus always creating laws?'
Freshman State Sen. Josh Carnley (R-Ino) answered some questions about his first legislative term, gaming bills and the cultural issues of the day.
On Tuesday, Governor Kay Ivey signed the Alabama Beef for Father’s Day proclamation and was presented with a plate of steaks in an annual tradition dating back to 1963
Remarks were given by Dr. Maigen Sullivan of the Invisible Histories Project (IHP), a Birmingham-based “repository for the preservation of the history of LGBTQ life first in the state of Alabama and then the entire Southeast.”
U.S. Reps. Robert Aderholt (R-Haleyville), Jerry Carl (R-Mobile, Barry Moore (R-Enterprise), Gary Palmer (R-Hoover), Mike Rogers (R-Saks) and Dale Strong (R-Huntsville) were among the 189 Republican co-sponsors of the resolution, which seeks to overturn a new ATF rule which reclassified pistols as short-barreled rifles if they have a stabilizing brace.
When the U.S. Department of Defense began renaming the nine Army installations named for Confederates soldiers, including Alabama’s Fort Rucker, it originally allocated $1 million to the effort. That figure quickly rose to $21 million, with the Army now expecting to pay $39 million for new signs, gates, patches and other changes.