Rise to the moment of truth Tuesday, September 27, 2022


BCA head reacts to populism; says employers have rights, business community needs to be heard

During an appearance on Alabama Public Television's "Capitol Journal" this week, Business Council of Alabama interim executive director Robin Stone was asked to react to a "populist" sentiment that is sometimes at odds with the business community.

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Gun bills in Senate committee Wednesday

The Senate Judiciary Committee will take up controversial gun bills on Wednesday. The bills would allow Alabamians to carry their handguns...

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Britt Campaign launches Farmers For Britt Coalition

By Brandon Moseley Republican U.S. Senate candidate Katie Boyd Britt’s campaign announced on Wednesday the launch of “Farmers for Katie...

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House Health Committee passes vaccine mandate legislation

  By Brandon Moseley The Alabama House of Representatives will vote on two bills concerning vaccine mandates on Thursday. Although...

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ADPH: COVID numbers off after large lab not reporting, other errors

By Erica Thomas, Managing Editor The Alabama Department of Public Health reported on its website there could be an increase in positive...

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Legislature won’t take up Critical Race Theory ban in special session

By Brandon Moseley Many advocates of banning Critical Race Theory (CRT) in Alabama schools wanted the legislature to take up the issue...