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Doug Jones weighs in on long-term, bipartisan Senate budget compromise

The cycle of budgetary showdowns may soon be a a thing of a the past — Senate leaders struck a long-term, bipartisan agreement on...

Martha Roby: From government shutdown to district travel

As you are all too aware by now, our federal government shut down for three days recently because Senate Democrats refused to support a...

Bradley Byrne: A senseless shutdown

Since coming to Washington, there have been several times when it felt like I was banging my head against the wall in frustration. One...

Congress approves plan to reopen government after three-day shutdown

Congress has passed a bipartisan stopgap spending bill to reopen the federal government after a three-day partial shutdown. Members of the U.S. House of Representatives...

Gary Palmer: What the Schumer Shutdown is really about

If you had to make a choice between funding our military and protecting the healthcare of America’s most vulnerable children or funding an unconstitutional...

Five issues to watch Alabama lawmakers tackle in 2018

Alabama lawmakers began the 2018 legislative session on Tuesday. Throughout the 30-day session, they'll endeavor to tackle a hefty list of policy changes on topics...

Alabama lawmakers begin 2018 legislative session

Alabama's thirty day lawmaking session began Tuesday. State legislators have a some tough budgetary issues to tackle this legislative session, including prison reform and the Children’s...

Mike Rogers: The House has done its job

Washington has been a busy place this year. As folks across East Alabama may have seen in the news, time and time again, legislation...

83k Alabama children may lose health insurance due to missed deadline...

On September 30, federal funding for the Children’s Health Insurance Program (CHIP) expired. Across the country, states are readying themselves for what happens when...

Alabama’s rate of uninsured children plunged to 2.4 percent in 2016

Things are looking up for children in Alabama. According to new U.S. Census data released this week, nearly 49 of every 50 children in...
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