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Kay Ivey rescinds judge appointment because of age requirement

Alabama Gov. Kay Ivey has rescinded an appointment for Montgomery County probate judge after learning the person is too old under state...

Parker Snider: Prepare to vote on constitutional amendments, Alabama

The drought, as they say, is over. Football season is back in Alabama. To no one’s surprise, the Alabama Crimson Tide was ranked #1 in...

A breakdown of 14 amendments approved by Alabama voters

While the presidential race may have taken center stage on Tuesday, Alabama voters were presented with up to 14 additional ballot measures proposing changes...

Jim Zeigler: Remove Robert Bentley from office, not Chief Justice Roy...

A member of Alabama's Cabinet says when it comes to ousting state officials, one of his colleagues ought to be a bigger priority than...

Right-to-work amendment passed in Alabama Senate

The Alabama Senate has passed legislation reiterating Alabama's position as a so-called "right-to-work" state. Senators on Thursday passed the amendment 25 votes to 9. Alabama...

Alabama judge: Feds should issue same-sex marriage licenses

An Alabama probate judge is asking the state's Supreme Court for a way out of issuing marriage licenses to same-sex couples. Elmore County Probate Judge...

Angi Stalnaker: Break government logjam, so great ideas get through

The Alabama Constitution is the longest of its kind in the world. No other state and no other nation has a governing document that...



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