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Birmingham Mayor criticizes Alabama law protecting Confederate monument

Woodfin made the comments the same day lawmakers debated a proposal to increase fines for violating the law.

Supreme Court won’t reconsider Confederate monument ruling

The monument was first covered in 2017.

Alabama Confederate statue law to stay in effect amid appeal

An Alabama law that prohibits cities from removing Confederate monuments will remain in effect while the state appeals a judge’s ruling that declared the...

NAACP slams Kay Ivey’s Confederate monuments campaign ad

​The Alabama NAACP is taking a stand against Gov. Kay Ivey's most recent campaign ad highlighting her support of protecting the state’s Confederate monument. The...

Kay Ivey campaign ad praises controversial Confederate monument law

Governor Kay Ivey on Tuesday released a campaign praising a controversial law she signed prohibiting the removal of Confederate monuments in Alabama. In the 30-second spot,...

AG Steve Marshall files suit against city of Birmingham, Mayor William...

Alabama Attorney General Steve Marshall announced Wednesday that his office has filed suit in Jefferson County Circuit Court against the City of Birmingham and Mayor William...

Alabama House to vote on confederate monuments bill

A bill to block historic monuments from being altered or removed without lawmaker approval is getting a vote in the Alabama House. SB60, otherwise known as...

Controversial monument preservation bill delayed in Alabama Senate

The Alabama Senate has delayed a vote on a bill that would prohibit the relocation, removal, alteration, renaming, or other disturbance of monuments located on...



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