There’s been a lot of back and forth this legislative session regarding the creation of lottery, and expanding casino gaming. If the newest gaming bill passes the House, it will be on the ballot for your vote in 2022.
Congressman Mo Brooks is jumping into the Senate race to replace retiring Senator Richard Shelby. The congressman made this announcement at a rally in Huntsville on Monday at Bullet and Barrel Indoor Shooting Range and Training Facility.
Democrats have said the bill would improve access to voting, particular for people of color. Republicans argue the bill would federalize the voting system and take away a state’s power to oversee their own elections.
The Councilman’s post from 2018 recently resurfaced showing a post he wrote saying, “See I have to go shopping there next week and we gone play a game called red rover red rover you fools gone get ran over!”
There was a record number of absentee voting this past general election that some said started the groundwork for a house bill that would make it to where Alabamians wouldn’t have to have an excuse to vote absentee.
Home delivery of alcohol is now one step closer thanks to a bill lawmakers are currently debating this legislative session, but not everyone is rejoicing with the possibility. Some local groups report they were left out of consideration.
Alabama lawmakers are meeting for the first time since COVID-19 prematurely shut them down last spring. That means they have a lot of unfinished business to tackle. After last November, voting rights and election security are a massive priority for both parties.
Two of the bills being introduced this legislative session in Montgomery are aimed at the Alabama Memorial Preservation Act. One of them is intended to strengthen it, the other essentially strip it away.
Alabama’s leaders are reacting to the inauguration of President Joe Biden and many are promising, despite having political differences, to work with the new administration where common ground can be found.
President Donald Trump became the first president in history to be impeached twice. Critics have questioned why with just a few days left in his presidency, and others are looking forward to a Senate trial.
Alabama’s newest Senator, Tommy Tuberville came to town on Wednesday and our crews met up with him to hear his thoughts on this pandemic, the impeachment, and the news that the U.S. Space Command headquarters is coming to the rocket city.
I don’t care if you’ve got a D or an R or an I in front of your name. When I hear a hint of a threat of violence, as I heard yesterday, I have both a right and responsibility to say, this is not right,” Collins said.
Officials with ADOC released a statement saying saying the notion was not made in spirits of good faith and undermines months of conversations that they hoped were moving them towards a mutual resolution.