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The clear choice for conservatives: Hypocrisy or personal responsibility

It’s infuriating and perplexing to see so many conservatives gleefully blowing what should be a game-changing opportunity for us to take personal responsibility.

More than 470,000 Alabamians have filed job loss claims

The numbers are well above normal unemployment levels in the state.

Jury trials halted until mid-September

The court had earlier suspended in-person court proceedings.

Marsh’s office: COVID-19 money won’t be used for Statehouse

Spending $200 million for a new Statehouse was on a wish list.

COVID-19 kills 23 people at an Alabama veterans nursing home

There have been 23 deaths at the state owned Bill Nichols State Veterans Home in Alexander City.

Alabama churches, restaurants, gyms, salons get green light to reopen Monday

Alabama Gov. Kay Ivey announced during a news conference Friday that the state’s churches, restaurants, gyms, salons can reopen beginning Monday, May 11 at 5:00 p.m....

Dan Sutter: Is this a recession?

Dan Sutter examines in depth the severity of the ongoing economic slowdown and whether or not it can be defined as a recession.

Bradley Byrne: Passing the peak of coronavirus and next steps

Bradley Byrne discusses how Alabama has fared in handling the coronavirus pandemic and the urgency of reopening the economy.

With a lot to lose, Alabama falls behind in 2020 Census...

The 2020 U.S. Census is facing an extraordinary challenge: attempting to count every single resident and legal immigrant in the United States amid a...

Alabama ranks 6th least slowed down by COVID-19

With many industries in the U.S. ground to a halt because of the coronavirus social distancing restrictions, the personal-finance website WalletHub on...



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