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Past articles by Michael:

Candidate Profile

Kay Ivey has been Alabama's governor for a little longer than a year. Now, she's hoping voters will elect her to a full term. → Read More

Candidate Profile

“I got into this not running against any other candidate,” Scott Dawson says of the governor's race. “I’m running for Alabama.” → Read More

Candidate Profile

“It’s a new leadership, a different leadership, from what’s been here for 30 years,” says Tommy Battle. His pitch boils down to his record and experience in Huntsville as the city's mayor. → Read More

Race for AL governor: Healthcare

Healthcare has long been a major source of debate in Washington and the case is no different in Alabama. The race for the governor’s office sees a deep divide on how → Read More

Candidate Profile

“If people elect me, I’ll make them proud," says state Senator Bill Hightower. "I bring a whole new toolkit of capabilities to that office and I want to be the governor, the 55th governor of the state → Read More

Candidate Profile

Put simply, Walt Maddox’s pitch to be Alabama's next governor is about his experience and improving the state's future. → Read More

Candidate Profile

The former Alabama chief justice says as governor she can remove the anchors that are holding Alabama back and believes she can provide a new voice and perspective around the world for Alabama. → Read More

Mom applauds latest DUI interlock bill years after daughter's de

Mothers who have seen their families rocked by drunk drivers celebrated as a bill signing which will requite more people convicted of DUIs to have interlock devices. → Read More

Future of food stamps depends on Congressional approval of farm

Last week the U.S.House of Representatives was unable to pass the latest iteration of the farm bill. Within the legislation are changes to the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program, or SNAP → Read More

Governor ceremonially signs juvenile sex offender bill

Monday, Gov. Kay Ivey put her signature on a score of legislation. Although the signing was just for the camera (the laws were already signed in private about a month ago), it still had a special m... → Read More

Faith based exemption for daycares tightening

Any daycare taking state or federal funds will be required to be licensed and inspected by DHR by August of 2019. → Read More

65th annual national security forum gives civilians look into Ma

For the 65th time, the U.S. Air Force held its national security forum. → Read More

School safety recommendations are in, but not how to pay for the

The governor’s SAFE Council released ten recommendations on Monday to improve school safety in Alabama. → Read More

School safety creates unique challenge for any potential statewi

Alabama has 1,637 schools within its borders, each one with its own unique safety needs. → Read More

Mackey talks plans for future of AL education system

Dr. Eric Mackey is slated to become Alabama’s newest state superintendent in May and he says he's “optimistic” about the future. → Read More

House Speaker McCutcheon talks elections and 2019

The 2018 election year is one that will have a large impact on state politics. → Read More

Sadie Grace Andrews Act ceremonially signed to honor three-year-

Less than a year after 3-year-old Sadie Grace Andrews fell and drowned in a grease trap, Gov. Kay Ivey publicly signed an act into law that could help prevent something like that from happening aga... → Read More

Manufacturers honored, turn eyes toward the future

Wednesday the Business Council of Alabama gave out awards for manufactures of the year, honoring the best small, medium, and large manufacturers. → Read More

AL retailers have eyes on Supreme Court case

The case centers on whether or not online retailers, without a physical presence in a state, should need to collect a sales tax from buyers. → Read More

Hefty pay raises possible for AL corrections officers

A federal court plans to force Alabama's state prison system to address its understaffing issues and the plan looks like it will include a large raise for corrections officers. → Read More