People of Alabama,
(Editor’s Note: Larry Lee, who submitted today’s letter to the editor, notes that Survey Monkey is the polling service used for data presented in this letter. According to Lee, Survey Monkey does not sort responses to reflect the general population of a certain area.”) In the presidential primary March 3, Alabama voters will vote whether or not to adopt a constitutional amendment to switch from an elected state board of education to one appointed by the governor and confirmed by the state senate.
The Fourth of July is here and all Americans hopefully will embrace the day without fear, total liberation and the American spirit.
Fathers Day has come and gone. Sadly. so too has the concept of fatherhood in many parts of Alabama.
According to a veteran lawmaker in Montgomery, this legislative session required legislators to make some of the most difficult decisions in his almost 30 years of service.
One of the positive things to come out of the 2019 Legislative Session is a piece of legislation that has finally brought pay equality to Alabama.
The “Coal Industry Is Thriving” letter written by Patrick V. Cagle, the president of the Alabama Coal Association, failed to give credit to President Donald Trump for saving the United States of America’s coal industry.
I would like to thank all the staff of the Northwest Alabamian for your excellent coverage of the search and rescue of Sid Burgess, who was lost in Bankhead Forest not long ago.
As most already know, the opiate epidemic has been worsening, each year claiming more lives than the last. What is less known by the general public is the problem with methamphetamines, which has been growing over the last several years, as well.