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MONTGOMERY — A long day and a bill about the official dessert of Alabama led to a crisp exchange Thursday night in the Alabama House of Representatives between Rep. Ed Henry, R-Hartselle, and Speaker of the House Mike Hubbard, R-Auburn.

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MONTGOMERY — A House committee today approved legislation that would allow the state to sell bonds based on its nearly $1 billion BP settlement and spend about $448 million paying off some state debts and another $191 million on road projects in Mobile and Baldwin counties.

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MONTGOMERY — A bill from Sen. Arthur Orr to potentially allow for better tracking of “dark money,” funds from undisclosed donors spent in elections, appeared to die in the Senate on Tuesday.

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MONTGOMERY — The Alabama Legislature has given final approval to a bill making it a Class B misdemeanor to knowingly or with reckless disregard for the truth publish or disseminate false information indicating another person is guilty of a felony or other indictable offense.