State Rep. Susan DuBose (R-Hoover) announced on Monday she will co-host a “Girls Day At The Capitol” event on Monday, December 18.
State Rep. Susan DuBose (R-Hoover) told 1819 News on Monday morning that she intends to file a “Women’s Bill of Rights” (WBR) before next year’s legislative session begins.
Local libraries are quickly becoming the latest battleground in today’s culture war, but State Rep. Susan Dubose (R-Hoover) is determined to keep them a safe place for children to study and learn without being exposed to sexually explicit materials.
The time has come for Alabama libraries to disaffiliate from the toxic American Library Association.
Although the What is a Woman Act failed to receive deliberation in the Alabama House of Representatives, State Rep. Susan DuBose (R-Hoover) is confident in having the bill passed next session.
The controversial What is a Woman Act, which defines man, woman, boy, girl, father, mother, male, female and sex in the Code of Alabama, passed the House Health Committee on Wednesday, moving it one more step to final passage as the session winds down.
State Rep. Susan Dubose (R-Hoover) has filed the “What is a Woman Act,” throwing a wink to the controversial Matt Walsh documentary, to concretely define gender-based language used in Alabama code.
Legislation barring college athletes from participating in sports that do not correspond to their biological sex passed the Alabama Senate Education Committee on Wednesday.
The U.S. House of Representatives passed a house version of a senate bill proposed by U.S. Sen. Tommy Tuberville (R-Auburn), which would prevent the U.S. Department of Education from bringing into effect a rule that would force schools to allow biological males in women’s sports.
Alabama Republican Party chairman John Wahl commended several Republican legislators for sponsoring bills in line with party's mission.
Legislation barring college athletes from participating in sports that do not correspond to their biological sex has cleared the first hurdle in the Alabama Legislature.
One day after state lawmakers filed a bill to prevent men from competing in women’s college sports, the U.S. Department of Education (USDED) is considering changing Title IX regulations to force schools to allow trans student athletes to compete according to their gender identity.
With so-called medical cannabis soon to be available under certain conditions in Alabama, the legislature is looking at ways to prevent pregnant women from using it.
This week is National School Choice Week, and some Alabama officials are highlighting the need for expanding educational options for all students.
New State Rep. Susan DuBose (R-Hoover) wants to help improve Alabama’s labor force participation rate and “codify the common sense understanding of male and female in state law.”
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By Erica Thomas, Managing Editor Susan Dubose announced she is running for State Representative for House District 45. Dubose, the...