The PRICE Act sponsored by State Sen. Larry Stutts (R-Tuscumbia) is on the agenda for the Finance and Taxation Education Committee on Wednesday.
The Senate unanimously approved legislation establishing a new K-12 Capital Grant Program administered by the Lieutenant Governor's Office that would "provide grants to eligible school systems to assist with capital projects, deferred maintenance, or technology needs" on Thursday.
State Rep. Chris Pringle (R-Mobile) called Alabama Department of Transportation (ALDOT) Director John Cooper a ‘tyrant’ and placed a hold on 21 transportation contracts on Thursday.
The Senate passed an amended supplemental education budget on Thursday that included a $100 tax rebate for Alabama taxpayers.
The Senate passed legislation on Thursday creating a “revolving loan” program for distressed colleges in Alabama.
Members of the Finance and Taxation Senate Committee passed an amended supplemental education budget that didn’t include some controversial projects in Gov. Kay Ivey’s budget proposal on Wednesday.
A bill banning the teaching of "divisive concepts" in Alabama schools and universities has passed a Senate State Governmental Affairs Committee on partisan lines on Wednesday.
State Sen. Sam Givhan's (R-Huntsville) bill to make the state health officer an appointed position by the Governor has been “gutted,” he said, by “key figures” in the legislature.
Despite a setback last week, there’s still time to pass major school choice legislation in the current legislative session, according to State Sen. Larry Stutts (R-Tuscumbia).
A new Federal Housing Finance Agency policy that changes the fee structure mortgage borrowers pay based on their credit score is a “middle-class tax hike that will unfairly cost American families millions upon millions of dollars,” according to a letter by State Auditor Andrew Sorrell and 33 other state financial officers.
Alabama has the 30th best overall state business climate, according to a recent survey of hundreds of CEOs and owners from across the country.
A new grocery tax cut proposal by State Sen. Andrew Jones (R-Centre) was introduced late last week with the entire Senate signed on as co-sponsors.
Freshman State Rep. David Cole (R-Madison) will be deposed in the Alabama State House on May 17 in a lawsuit alleging he didn’t fulfill residency requirements to serve in the role.
Retired U.S. Sen. Richard Shelby (R-Tuscaloosa) received the “The Whole Hog Award” from Citizens Against Government Waste for 18 earmarks costing $666.4 million, the most of any member of Congress in the current fiscal year.
State Rep. Kyle South (R-Fayette) is resigning his House seat to accept a position as the president and chief executive officer of the Chamber of Commerce of West Alabama.
State Sen. Andrew Jones (R-Centre) filed legislation Thursday that would cut the state’s sales tax on groceries in half over time.
Legislation by State Sen. April Weaver (R-Brierfield) would confirm that state law prohibits centralized motor vehicle registration by any state agency.
There’s been more “serious conversations” about eliminating the state sales tax on groceries than “any year since I’ve been in the Legislature,” according to House Minority Leader Anthony Daniels (D-Huntsville).
The majority of Alabama voters want school choice, according to a recent poll by the Alabama Republican Party.
U.S. Rep. Barry Moore (R-Enterprise) and U.S. Sen. Tommy Tuberville (R-Auburn) had the most conservative voting record in Alabama’s Congressional delegation in 2022, according to a report by the Conservative Political Action Coalition (CPAC) released on Monday.
A Montgomery County Circuit Court Judge should dismiss a lawsuit against the trustee and board members of the Mabel Amos Memorial Fund, according to a filing by a defense attorney for Alabama Ethics Commission Director Tom Albritton on Thursday.
About 950 cyclists in Auburn and at home took part in the annual “Bo Bikes Bama” ride for victims of natural disasters in Alabama on Saturday.
If you’ve always dreamed about drinking a cold beverage with a Gov. Kay Ivey koozie in hand, you’re in luck.
State Sen. Arthur Orr (R-Decatur) said he can “smell a rat” on why new tourism incentives were attached to legislation re-authorizing the Alabama Jobs Act.