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Incentives bill to encourage rural broadband expansion passes Alabama Senate

Clearly the third time's a charm when it comes to passing a bill that incentivizes the expansion of rural broadband. Guntersville-Republican State Sen. Clay Scofield...

Alabama makes strides in bringing high-speed internet to rural communities

Fiber infrastructure is a key tool in attracting new and expanding businesses across Alabama, and local providers are actively working to install innovative internet...

Clay Scofield: Amendment 2 fact vs fiction, check the records

Visiting Alabama’s State Parks and boating on Lake Guntersville were staples of my childhood. As I’ve travelled and experienced other public lands around the...

Clay Scofield: Protecting the future of Alabama State Parks

Nearly 80 years ago, the Civilian Conservation Corps began construction of Alabama’s state parks system. Since the first stone buildings of Cheaha State Park...

Alabama legislative week in review: March 21 – March 25, 2016

Legislators briefly passed through Montgomery this week with an eye toward their spring break, which began Thursday and won't have them back in the...

State park funds secure with passage of Clay Scofield legislation

On Tuesday, the Alabama Senate passed SB260 from Sen. Clay Scofield (R-Guntersville), which is a constitutional amendment barring the legislature from using Alabama Department of...

Natalie Kelly: Enjoy spring break at an Alabama State Park and...

With this year’s Spring Break season upon us here in Alabama, the thought of a week of rest and relaxation is a welcome idea...

Clay Scofield: Here’s my plan so future generations enjoy our state...

Alabama’s State Parks are treasures that should be cherished and protected for future generations. Unfortunately, over the past few years, the parks system has...

Jim Zeigler pushing constitutional amendment to prevent “raid” of state parks...

State Auditor Jim Zeigler may occupy the executive branch, but that isn't stopping him from getting involved in his favored issues during Alabama's ongoing Legislative Session...
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