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Senate expected to vote on gambling legislation today

The State Senate will likely consider a gambling constitutional amendment and bill package on Thursday.

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Senate passes $100 million educational savings account bill

The Alabama Senate passed an education savings account bill, the CHOOSE Act, on Wednesday by a 23-9 margin.

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Fabian, McBride lead No. 13 Auburn baseball to win over Air Force

Auburn took care of business against Air Force at home this afternoon.

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Justice Will Sellers: John Hancock and the speech that advanced the American fight for liberty

On March 5, 1774 – 250 years ago this month – John Hancock cemented his legacy as a leader of colonial resistance to British rule when he delivered his “Boston Massacre Oration.”

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Stephanie Holden Smith: Crime pays in Alabama

Some Senate members may have had good intentions to pare down the corrupt House bills that expanded gambling by millions of percentage points statewide, but they didn’t go far enough to protect the vulnerable or remove the corruption.

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ALFA’s FarmPAC wins with nine out of 10 endorsed candidates

ALFA's FarmPAC endorsed ten candidates in Alabama's Republican primary, and nine won or advanced to the April 16 runoff.

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Saban says how his players handled Rose Bowl loss 'certainly contributed' to retirement decision

Although it wasn't why he decided to seemingly retire out of nowhere, Nick Saban said how his players reacted to losing in the Rose Bowl to eventual national champions Michigan "certainly contributed" to his decision.

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Constitutional amendment to expedite local bills fails 51-49%

A proposed constitutional amendment to expedite local bills failed 51-49 in the March 5 primary.

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Tuberville praises Trump primary performance — 'Nikki Haley had her 15 minutes of fame, and now she can go back to the real world and get a job'

U.S. Sen. Tommy Tuberville (R-Auburn) is celebrating former President Donald Trump’s sweeping GOP victory in Tuesday’s primary election, in which Trump handily secured the Republican nomination for president.

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AG Marshall opposes ethics bill — ‘Further empowers an Ethics Commission run amok’

Alabama Attorney General Steve Marshall came out in opposition to legislation revising the state’s Ethics Act after it passed a House Committee on Wednesday.

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Col. John Eidsmoe: The Scriptures don't say anything about gambling ... but do they?

The gambling worldview is that of a universe governed by the gods of blind chance in which one gets rich at the expense of others. Biblical morality is therefore the antithesis of gambling. 

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Senate Tourism Committee approves amended lottery, PCI gambling compact legislation

Members of the Senate Tourism Committee passed an amended gambling package on Tuesday night after a three-hour delay.

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Mooney wins ALSDE District 3 seat with focus on parental rights, fiscal responsibility

Kelly Mooney was declared the winner of the Alabama Board of Education District 3 seat Tuesday night.

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Alabama Legislature poised to pass IVF immunity legislation as early as Wednesday

Legislation granting immunity to IVF clinics could possibly come before both the House and Senate for final passage on Wednesday.

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Brewbaker, Dobson advance to congressional district 2 Republican primary runoff

Brewbaker finished in the lead with 39.6% while Dobson narrowly defeated State Sen. Greg Albritton (R-Atmore) for second place with 26.5% of the vote.

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Judicial shakeup: Stewart secures nomination for Chief Justice; Anderson wins seat on Court of Criminal Appeals

After Alabama's Super Tuesday primary election, Republican voters made their choice for the next Chief Justice of the Alabama Supreme Court and to fill the vacancy on the Court of Criminal Appeals.

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$30 million Birmingham-Southern College loan bill passes Senate

A bill that would make another attempt at getting a $30 million loan to Birmingham-Southern College passed the Senate by a 22-5 margin on Tuesday night.

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Barry Moore tops Jerry Carl in AL-1 slugfest

Tuesday's outcome in the first congressional district Republican primary could be used in textbooks to demonstrate the tribalism of Alabama politics.

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4 takeaways from No. 13 Auburn's 101-74 win over Missouri

Auburn took on Missouri on the road tonight and picked up a dominant win. What are the main things to take away from the game?

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4 takeaways from No. 16 Alabama's 105-87 loss to Florida

No. 16 Alabama drops their second game in a row, losing to Florida 105-87.

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Live Updates: Alabama Super Tuesday

Stay tuned to 1819 News for live updates on the Super Tuesday 2024 elections in Alabama.

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Senate continues private negotiations on gambling legislation

Members of the Senate Tourism Committee on Tuesday briefly met without voting on House gambling legislation before recessing to continue private negotiations.

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Software glitch: Over 5,000 voter postcards listed wrong congressional district in Montgomery County, all ballots printed correctly

Over 5,000 voters in Montgomery County had received postcards from the county informing them that they were now in Congressional District 7. That was incorrect. All of Montgomery County is now in CD2. Ballots were printed correctly.

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‘You Might be a Redneck’ comedian Jeff Foxworthy coming to Alabama

Jeff Foxworthy, best known for his “You Might be a Redneck” skit, is coming to the Ozark Civic Center March 14.

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State Sen. Will Barfoot: Safeguarding workplace freedom

Safeguarding workplace freedom requires vigilance against the tactics employed by unions like the UAW.

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'The Music of Pink Floyd': Alabama Symphony Orchestra with full rock band March 16

'The Music of Pink Floyd': On Saturday, March 16 at the Birmingham Jefferson Civic Center at 8 p.m., the Alabama Symphony Orchestra will back up a full rock and roll band and a vocalist playing the Pink Floyd repertoire.

UAB accused of tormenting animals following USDA inspection citing trauma, injury, death

USDA inspectors performed a routine inspection of research laboratories at the University of Alabama at Birmingham on January 31, which led to multiple citations.

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