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Committee meets to discuss Bentley impeachment

Cydney Nichols

June 17, 2016

The Alabama House Judiciary Committee held its first meeting regarding the impeachment of Alabama Governor Robert Bentley this week. Bentley has been accused of corruption, neglect of duty, incompetency and offenses of moral tu...

Alabama Supreme Court issues halt to same-sex marriage licenses

Peyton Shepard

March 4, 2015

The Alabama Supreme Court issued a writ of mandamus to halt same-sex marriage in the state Tuesday, reversing United States District Court Judge Callie Granade’s Jan. 23 ruling that struck down the state’s ban on gay marriage. Th...

Local, state leaders settle championship bet

Stephen N. Dethrage

February 1, 2012

Before the 2011 National Championship Game, politicians from Alabama and Louisiana placed bets around the upcoming matchup between the University of Alabama and Louisiana State University on Jan. 9. Baton Rouge Mayor Kip Holde...

Bentley takes the Capitol

Bentley takes the Capitol

January 18, 2011

No deacon for governor

Paul Thompson

September 29, 2010

Many of you are aware that I used to be a staunchly conservative Republican, and while I still agree with many of their policies, some of their positions have sent me speeding toward the center over the last year and a half. Th...

Byrne sacrificed ideals for votes and failed

Ian Sams

July 15, 2010

Early this spring, when the prospect of an Artur Davis v. Bradley Byrne gubernatorial race seemed like a real possibility, if not an inevitability, I was energized about the future of Alabama. For the first time in a while, tw...

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