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Cam Ward: Un-earmarking is a common-sense solution to budget issues

Budget cuts. Tax increases. Agency restructurings. We’ve heard and seen it all over the past several months since the Legislature first came to order in...

Governor, lawmakers clash over future budget process

In the wake of a messy conflict between the executive and legislative branches over state spending, Sen. Paul Bussman of Cullman on Tuesday called for a...

Robert Bentley calls license office closures a funding problem

Gov. Robert Bentley on Wednesday said it's up to lawmakers to come up with funding to reopen 31 rural driver's license offices that were...

Greg Lein: Alabama parks face an uncertain future, for now all...

In the wake of the announcement to close five state parks and cut services and hours at other parks around the state, there have...

Greg Albritton: Don’t punish rural Alabama because of waste in Montgomery

All too often, the professional bureaucrats in Montgomery ignore the people of rural Alabama. The recent closure of driver’s license offices in our rural...

Phil Williams: Perfection versus excellence

As I write this opinion, I am a few days removed from the final round of Alabama’s budgeting melee. It was a thorough and...

Katherine Robertson: Legislative session postmortem: three themes

It's only been a few days since Governor Bentley signed the General Fund budget for fiscal year 2016 into law. We don't yet know...

Daniel Sutter: The cost of spend but don’t tax politics

The state legislature’s second special session to decide between spending cuts or tax increases to balance the General Fund budget reflects what I think...

Lawmakers resume talks on budget, education transfer

Alabama lawmakers are resuming budget talks after a late-night meeting failed to get an agreement. A conference committee will meet Tuesday morning to resume negotiations...

Tim Melson: Improving Alabama healthcare starts with funding Alabama Medicaid

I am deeply concerned about the future of healthcare in this state as a result of the ripple effects of proposed cuts to Alabama...
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