FLORENCE — Alabama Gov. Kay Ivey will be the featured speaker at the Shoals Chamber of Commerce's annual "Evening for Progress."
MONTGOMERY — Armed with new information about which districts gained and lost residents, the committee redrawing the Alabama House and Senate, congressional and board of education maps will begin public hearings today.
MONTGOMERY — The Alabama Department of Transportation recently moved $7 million from a road fund to help cover administrative costs for the last three months of the fiscal year.
MONTGOMERY — Cities and towns across Alabama can now apply to participate in a program designed to train community officials and business leaders on best ways to grow their economies.
MONTGOMERY — A pre-filled bill in the Alabama Legislature seeks to offer more protections for pregnant workers by outlining accommodations that employers would be required to take supporting their health.
MONTGOMERY — According to June campaign filings, at least three sitting House members have GOP primary challengers who plan to raise funds against them.
MONTGOMERY — A bill that would change the definition of riot in state law and increase penalties for those who participate in one has been pre-filed for the 2022 regular legislative session.
MONTGOMERY, Ala. — A second bill targeting how theories on race and bias are taught has been pre-filed in the Alabama House, this one applying to education institutions and the training state employees and contractors receive.
MONTGOMERY — The House Republican Caucus resolution in support of University of North Alabama Student Government President Jake Statom and his right to promote traditional morals and values on his personal social media platforms reads:
MONTGOMERY — State leaders will meet again this week to continue discussions on building two new prisons and renovating others in an effort to improve the state’s dangerous and crowded correctional system.
MONTGOMERY — Rep. Bill Poole, R-Tuscaloosa, and Majority Leader Nathaniel Ledbetter, R-Rainsville, on Tuesday said they both plan to seek the Alabama House’s top leadership spot after current Speaker Mac McCutcheon leaves office next year.
MONTGOMERY — House Speaker Mac McCutcheon, R-Monrovia, will not run again for his House District 25 seat, and will therefore also be retiring as speaker after the 2022 elections.
MONTGOMERY — A bill to block the medical treatment of transgender youth in Alabama, one of the most controversial bills of the Legislature’s 2021 session, will be back in 2022.
MONTGOMERY — An Alabama statute requiring chemical castration for certain convicted child sex offenders has not been used after being passed two years ago.