Alabama Legislature Issues to Watch

A federal judge said federal officials must provide more details behind their allegations of the lack of prison staffing levels in the state's prisons. [BRYNN ANDERSON, FILE/THE ASSOCIATED PRESS]

MONTGOMERY — A federal judge said prison staffing levels can remain an issue in the U.S. Department of Justice's lawsuit against Alabama, but said federal officials must provide more details behind some of their allegations.

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