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Steve Flowers: Huntsville is Alabama’s largest city

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Huntsville has rocketed past Birmingham as Alabama’s largest city.  It is not named the Rocket City for nothing.  The Census Bureau had...

Montgomery City Council votes against discrimination ordinance

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On Tuesday, the Montgomery City Council voted against an ordinance that would have prohibited discrimination based on sexual orientation and gender identity....

Mayor Steven Reed pushes ordinance opponents say infringe on business, property,...

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In June, Montgomery Mayor Steven Reed’s office unveiled plans to create a law to protect LGBTQ residents from discrimination.

Matt Clark: Montgomery’s non-discrimination ordinance is bad for religious freedom, free...

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On June 24, 2021, the Montgomery Advertiser reported that Montgomery Mayor Steven Reed would be submitting an ordinance to the city council that would...

Montgomery police chief resigns; mayor says change needed

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Montgomery Police Chief Ernest Finley has resigned after more than six years, with the mayor saying change was needed. The departure of Finley,...

Steve Flowers: Legislative session begins

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As the 2021 Regular Legislative Session begins, you will see new leadership in the state Senate.  Republicans dominate both chambers, overwhelmingly.  They...

Montgomery officials tying tax bid to military future

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Officials supporting a move to raise property taxes in a bid to improve Montgomery’s troubled public schools say defeat could endanger the...

Meeting set on police review board proposal in Montgomery

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As officials in Alabama’s capital city mull a proposal to form a citizen review board to help oversee city police — an...

Randall Woodfin and Steven Reed get national attention as members of...

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Two Alabama mayors were recently featured in a national news story. NBC News Today Show featured Mayors Randall Woodfin and Steven Reed...

Montgomery approves hazard pay bonus for front-line workers

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Montgomery’s city-county personnel board voted Tuesday to give qualifying city workers an extra $2.50 per hour through the end of the year, news outlets reported.

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