Ghoulishness envelops Arkansas’ decision to pump deadly drugs into eight men over the next fortnight. Although two of the eight scheduled executions have definitively been stayed — and judges have issued orders halting the remaining six — the state has been vigorously appealing these roadblocks.
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MONTGOMERY, Alabama (April 10, 2017) – Kay Ivey was sworn in as the 54th Governor of the State of Alabama in the Old Senate Chamber in the Alabama State Capitol by Acting Chief Justice Lyn Stuart.
FLORENCE–Shoals Democratic Club will host a very special event open to the entire community on Monday, April 17, 2017 at IUOE Local Union 320 Union Hall located at 405 Dr. Hicks Blvd in Florence.
The Guest Speaker will be Anthony Daniels who currently represents the 53rd District in the Alabama State House […]
MONTGOMERY – Alabama Attorney General Steven T. Marshall joined a 10-state effort this week urging a federal appeals court to support a religious organization’s right to free speech.
(MONTGOMERY)— State officials announced that the federal District Court for the Northern District of Alabama has dismissed CSX Transportation’s lawsuit challenging the application of Alabama’s four percent sales tax to CSX’s purchase of diesel fuel, a ruling that could return more than $10 million in unpaid taxes to Alabama’s Education Trust Fund.
(MONTGOMERY)—Attorney General Steven T. Marshall today announced that he has named Katherine Green Robertson as his Chief Counsel. Robertson previously served as Senior Advisor to the Attorney General.
Bill Nichols State Veterans Home
The Alabama State Veterans Homes is among the best in the nation. Caring for our veterans is one of the most sacred duties we work to achieve as a state.
MONTGOMERY – Alabama Attorney General Steven T. Marshall announced today that Alabama is one of 13 States filing an amicus brief in support of the Trump administration’s executive order temporarily restricting the admission of foreign nationals from six countries posing a security risk to the United States. The executive order was recently ruled unconstitutional […]
US Congressman Mo Brooks
Washington, D.C. – Congressman Mo Brooks (AL-05) announced today that he will vote against H.R. 1628, the American Health Care Act.
Congressman Brooks stated, “As much as I would like to vote with many of my Republican colleagues in Congress and in the White House (most of whom privately tell […]
MONTGOMERY – The Alabama Senate has confirmed Ms. Beverlye Brady of Auburn to the Alabama Ethics Commission. Ms. Brady is replacing Mr. Jerry Wood on the Commission.