There was worthwhile progress made in areas such as tax relief for citizens and expansion of the Alabama Accountability Act scholarship and charter school programs. More work remains, however.
The Common Sense Campaign TEA party's South Baldwin Chapter held a meeting Tuesday at the Foley Public Library to talk about how common sense isn’t so common.
State Sen. Clyde Chambliss (R-Prattville) has pre-filed two election integrity bills ahead of the 2023 legislative session. The first bill would require the use of paper ballots, and the other would ensure voting machines would never connect to the internet.