On March 12, Governor Kay Ivey signed the Rebuild Alabama plan (House Bill 2) into law. Understandably, this measure to increase Alabama’s investment in infrastructure has received a lot of attention.
There’s a game for Alabama drivers on two-lane highways when a third lane for passing appears. The rules are simple: keep anyone from getting ahead of you!
Many Alabamians, including the conservative-leaning Alabama Policy Institute, agree our state needs to increase funding for roads and bridges.
Plant Gorgas is a coal-fired plant with three units remaining in Parrish, Alabama, located in Walker County. It has provided reliable energy to grow Alabama’s economy and create jobs for more than 100 years. We are sad to announce that the extreme Obama-era federal regulations affecting the use of coal as a source of electric generation have now forced the closure of Plant Gorgas...
In order to correct a problem, you must first admit there is a problem. In Alabama, we have a problem. Our problem is our state’s corrections system.
I have written about this subject before. In 1941, when America was at last forced to enter World War II, the entire nation got involved in that effort - from the small school children, the schools, churches - every citizen who could took part in the war effort.