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Greg Reed: Alabama’s innovative reform to medicaid is paying dividends

One of the toughest, yet least-talked about, challenges facing the U.S. today is how to effectively deliver affordable health care to America’s...

Daniel Sutter: Is Alabama a poor state?

By most measures of income, yes, but income does not account for the cost of living. Does a low cost of living...

States can fight lawsuit to exclude migrants in census

A federal judge on Monday allowed a coalition of 15 states and several major cities to oppose Alabama’s fight to count only...

States oppose Alabama’s effort exclude migrants in Census

A coalition of 15 states and several major cities is opposing a lawsuit by the state of Alabama that would have the...

Government seeks to dismiss Alabama lawsuit over census

The federal government on Friday asked a judge to dismiss Alabama’s lawsuit seeking to include only citizens and other legal residents in...

Steve Marshall: A republic, if we can keep it: the...

People of Alabama, Whether you are a Republican or a Democrat, liberal or conservative, you have a right to have your voice heard...

Redistricting reforms already taking root in many states

While ruling that it had no authority to resolve partisan gerrymandering claims, the U.S. Supreme Court noted Thursday that states could act...

The fastest growing and shrinking cities in Alabama

Alabama’s list of largest cities is due for another shakeup. In 2016, Huntsville passed Mobile to become the state’s third-largest city. Next...

Martha Roby: An accurate 2020 census

Every ten years, the U.S. Census Bureau conducts a count of every resident in the United States, as mandated by Article I,...

Alabama’s population gain lags behind other states

Alabama’s total population gain last year might fill up half of Cramton Bowl, Montgomery’s municipal football stadium. That could spell trouble for the state’s...
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