Capitol report for March 16, 2013

You would think that if we were going to fundamentally change education in Alabama that you would want the taxpayers, local school boards, parents and ... Read more

Why we have to slow down the legislative process

There has been a lot said over the past two weeks about the tactics used by Republicans in the Alabama legislature to pass the so-called ... Read more

Governor, Legislature treating state employees like second-class citizens

I never thought that I would live to see a governor brag about how he has eliminated 4,000 jobs — especially in the middle of ... Read more

You never know until you try

Most people who know me know that I have a slight aversion to small children, so when I was asked this week to come to ... Read more

Can Alabama survive sequestration

The politicians in Montgomery are always quick to tell you how bad the federal government is, but those same politicians are more than happy to ... Read more

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