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Alabama implements new vaping regulations

Tobacco shops in Alabama are no longer being able to advertise vaping as a healthy alternative to smoking. A wide-ranging law regulating vaping...

Martha Roby: Dismantling the regulatory regime

Throughout the eight long years of the Obama Administration, Alabamians suffered under an overly-empowered regulatory state that burdened hardworking men and women and their...

Daniel Sutter: Technology, sharing and regulation

The ride sharing company Uber has used technology to evade law enforcement in cities where its service was not approved. The case raises several...

Martha Roby: Transparency, integrity needed in regulations

One of my top priorities in Congress is reining in so-called “backdoor legislating,” which happens when federal agencies issue sweeping rules and regulations beyond...

Auburn University study finds cyberattacks, regulation among concerns for state’s banks

A recent study by Auburn University's Raymond J. Harbert College of Business, which looked into Alabama's banking industry, found that state banks consider “regulatory...

Daniel Sutter: Economic freedom in Alabama: no advance or retreat

The Fraser Institute this week released the 2015 edition of the Economic Freedom of North America, and Alabama’s economic freedom score remained unchanged. Like...

Uber in Birmingham does not mean rehashing old regulations, supporters say

Birmingham insists they want Uber, but the road is not yet fully clear for the popular ridesharing service. Despite assurances from the Birmingham City Council...

Bradley Byrne: Cutting regulations, lowering power bills

The summer months in southwest Alabama can be especially grueling with temperatures resting in the 90s. If your family is like mine, summer also...

Martha Roby: Blocking Harmful, Nonsense Regulations

Did you know that federal water regulators have been trying to greatly expand their reach into private lands by seeking to make small ponds,...



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