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Gov. Kay Ivey visits Atmore on her statewide broadband tour

On Wednesday, Alabama Governor Kay Ivey (R) visited Atmore Community Hospital in Escambia County on the third stop on her broadband tour. Ivey stressed the...

Republican CD2 candidate Wallace Gilberry says he learned life lessons from...

Republican Second Congressional District (CD2) candidate Wallace Gilberry is reminding voters of his success playing football for the University of Alabama and in the...

Congressional candidate Caroleene Dobson promises to limit Tik Tok influence and...

On Thursday, Congressional candidate Caroleene Dobson released a statement promising that she will lead efforts to block the influence of the Chinese-owned TikTok video app and...

Hampton Harris qualifies for second congressional district

Attorney Hampton Harris launched his campaign for Congress on Wednesday. Harris is one of eight Republicans who qualified Friday to run for Alabama’s redrawn Second...

21 candidates qualify to run in Congressional District 2

Alabama’s Second Congressional District race was already crowded, but by the time major party qualifying ended on Friday at 5:00 p.m., a...

Three Republicans have qualified in Congressional District 2

Three Republicans have qualified to run for Alabama’s Second Congressional District (CD2). State Senator Greg Albritton of Atmore, former State Senator Dick Brewbaker of Pike...

Steve Flowers: Annual legislative session successful

The recently completed Regular Session of the Alabama legislature was a success. It began on a high note and ended positively. Why?...

Alabama Legislature passes parental rights bill

The Alabama Legislature passed parental rights legislation on Wednesday. The Alabama Senate voted in favor of the bipartisan legislation 35 to 0.

Controversial gambling bill causes issues in closing hours of legislative session

Thursday is the 29th day of the 2023 Alabama Regular Legislative Session, and the Alabama Constitution limits the legislative session to just 30 legislative days....

Alabama House to consider ambitious special-order calendar on Wednesday

The Alabama House of Representatives will meet on Wednesday at 1:00 p.m. to consider a very ambitious proposed special-order calendar.



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