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Tuberville says Selma's Bloody Sunday anniversary ‘turning into a photo-op for the President’

Selma’s Bloody Sunday anniversary is “just turning into a photo-op for the President and a lot of people on the left,” according to U.S. Sen. Tommy Tuberville (R-Auburn).

Marshall Alabama News
Alabama AG Marshall accuses Ethics Commission director of ‘fraud’ in charitable trust lawsuit

Alabama Attorney General Steve Marshall accused Alabama Ethics Commission executive director Thomas Albritton and other members of a memorial fund of fraud in a civil court motion this week.

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Atmore two-year-old dies in hot car; Father charged with reckless murder

The Atmore Police Department is investigating the death of a child that was left in a hot car Monday.

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Alabama Workforce and Wage Gap task force promotes policies to conceal salary history, offer equal pay audit incentives, expand childcare access; Endorsed by GOP State Reps. Lovvorn, Whitt

The task force is recommending an array of policies, including adding a salary history ban, offering incentives to conduct equal pay audits, using tax credits and COVID funding to expand childcare and more. 

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State Rep. England introduces bill to disallow pistol permit holders from carrying on school property

State Rep. Chris England (D-Tuscaloosa) has introduced another bill to increase restrictions on carrying a concealed weapon in the state of Alabama.

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U.S. Supreme Court to hear case that could impact religious liberty in the workplace

“If Hardison is overruled, it will substantially increase the chances of those people getting justice for being fired when they chose to stand by their religious beliefs.”

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D.C. Circuit rejects appeal to recognize Equal Rights Amendment that could have made abortion a constitutional right

Those opposing the ERA did so for two reasons: The 14th amendment already guaranteed equal treatment under the law, and many feared it would instantiate abortion as a Constitutional right.

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Three dogs in Cullman County likely poisoned, Animal Control says

Cullman County Animal Control is investigating the death of three dogs in a short time period and in a concentrated area.

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North Alabama high school soccer coach charged with multiple sex crimes, accused of having sex with student, second-degree rape

Law enforcement arrested a Dekalb County School District high school soccer coach on Monday on charges of engaging with a student under the age of 19.

Biden Selma Alabama News
Biden to Selma — President will join annual Edmund Pettus Bridge crossing on Sunday

On Tuesday, the White House announced President Joe Biden will visit Selma on the 58th anniversary of Bloody Sunday.

Equal Rights Amendment protesters Alabama News
AG Marshall applauds federal court's rejection of attempts to ratify 1972 Equal Rights Amendment

The District of Columbia appellate court Tuesday struck down attempts from several states to codify the Equal Rights Amendment (ERA) in the U.S. Constitution.

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Alabama Dept. of Revenue follows IRS by delaying filing deadline until October for taxpayers in FEMA disaster areas

The Alabama Department of Revenue (ALDOR) is delaying the state tax filing deadline for Alabamians who reside or have a business in federally declared disaster areas in Alabama where damage was caused by severe weather in January. 

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Mobile addressing issues brought up during annexation discussions

As the city of Mobile considers multiple annexation plans, there is some pushback and concern about which areas could be brought into city limits. The city, along with a financial consulting company, is currently studying four options on the west side of Mobile.

Tuscaloosa Alabama News
FTC: Tuscaloosa ranked most fraud-ridden metro area in the U.S. since 2020

The Tuscaloosa area may be the most fraud-laden metro area in the country, according to statistics from the Federal Trade Commission (FTC).

Fetterman v Tuberville Alabama News
Tuberville 'hates what’s going on' with U.S. Sen. John Fetterman hospitalization

U.S. Sen. Tommy Tuberville (R-Auburn) said he “hates what’s going on” with U.S. Sen. John Fetterman (D-Pennsylvania).

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State Sen. Chambliss: Elmore County mega prison project 'moving along really well'

Construction on a new 4,000-bed prison in Elmore County is “moving along really well,” according to State Sen. Clyde Chambliss (R-Prattville).

Jonathan Nakhla Alabama News
Trial underway for former Mobile neurosurgeon charged with reckless murder in drunken crash­­

Jury selection is underway for the reckless murder trial of a former Mobile neurosurgeon charged in the death of a third-year medical student in 2020.

Selma tornado Alabama News
Tax filing deadlines for Alabamians affected by storms delayed until October

Alabamians in counties under a disaster declaration by the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) from January storms now have until October to pay their taxes.

School Kids Alabama News
State Rep. McCampbell introduces bill to change Alabama's 'failing school' designation

State Rep. A.J. McCampbell (D-Demopolis) has introduced legislation to change Alabama’s “failing school” definition, which critics believe harms students and staff.

Kenneth Glasgow Alabama News
Dothan pastor, Al Sharpton half-brother Kenneth Glasgow facing up to 20 years after pleading guilty to tax evasion, mail fraud, drug conspiracy

Reverend Al Sharpton’s half-brother Kenneth Glasgow is facing up to 20 years in prison after pleading guilty to tax evasion, mail fraud and drug conspiracy charges on Friday.

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Scott Bridge Company removed from lawsuit against ALDOT in Baldwin County bridge controversy; Judge says ALDOT spokesman disclosed confidential material to media

What was supposed to be three days of hearings in the case of Baldwin County Bridge Company LLC v. Alabama Department of Transportation (ALDOT) Director John Cooper, continues Monday after being extended to four days.

UNA DEI Alabama News
ALGOP resolution calls to abolish 'DEI bureaucracies and policies, restore colorblind equality' in public universities — 'Stop indoctrinating our students'

The Alabama Republican Party (ALGOP) passed a resolution supporting legal efforts to abolish diversity, equity and inclusion (DEI) policies and bureaucracies and mandatory diversity training in public universities and other public institutions. 

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How free is Alabama? 'Pretty mediocre' say analysts

Troy University’s Johnson Center for Political Economy and the American Institute for Economic Research (AIER) hosted a panel on Thursday afternoon to discuss exactly how free Alabama is. 

Medical cannabis subscription Alabama News
Nurse anesthetist Christine Carr warns against medical marijuana ordinances, advises what can be done

The city of Jasper is one of many in Alabama that has approved ordinances allowing business licenses to dispensaries in the medical marijuana industry. The approval had some residents concerned and they gathered to hear this week from Christine Carr, CRNA.

Voter registration Alabama News
ERIC head responds to Secretary of State Wes Allen claim headquarters doesn't exist — 'Always operated without a brick-and-mortar office'

The executive director of the Electronic Registration Information Center responded to Alabama Secretary of State Wes Allen after he went to Washington and discovered an address provided by ERIC was not the center's headquarters address.

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Atmore woman accused of chasing down husband, striking him with car at Walmart

A woman is facing a domestic violence charge after witnesses say she ran over a man in the Atmore Walmart parking lot.

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Bibb County Sheriff, deputy remember fallen deputy, support ‘good-time’ reform legislation

Members of the Bibb County Sheriff’s Office were on hand Thursday at the State House to speak in favor of legislation that would change how state inmates’ “good-time” credits are accrued.

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