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Capital Insights – Episode 9: Featuring Rep. Matt Friday [VIDEO]

A series where we ask Alabama lawmakers one question about the session, and one question about themselves. This week’s guest, Rep. Matt Fridy, R-Montevallo, was asked about two bills he’s carrying that aim to improve Alabama’s legal environment, and what it’s like raising five children all under the age of …

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Week Eight of the 2016 Session

General Fund Budget Passed, Governor Vows Veto; Infrastructure Alliance Drive-In Successful The eighth week of the 2016 regular legislative session saw passage or consideration of issues that are vital to the Alabama business community, including the 2016-17 General Fund budget. After meeting Tuesday and Wednesday, the House and Senate voted …

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Capital Insights – Episode 8: Featuring Sen. Jabo Waggoner [VIDEO]

A series where we ask Alabama lawmakers one question about the session, and one question about themselves. This week’s guest, Sen. Jabo Waggoner, R-Vestavia Hills, was asked about his bill to extend the existing historic structure tax credit, and what changes he’s noticed in Montgomery over his roughly 50 years …

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Capital Insights – Episode 7: Featuring Rep. Bill Poole [VIDEO]

A series where we ask Alabama lawmakers one question about the session, and one question about themselves. This week’s guest, Rep. Bill Poole, R-Tuscaloosa, was asked about his support of a teacher pay raise, and his love of the outdoors and eagerness to share it with his children.

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Capital Insights – Episode 6: Featuring U.S. Representative Robert Aderholt [VIDEO]

A series where we ask Alabama lawmakers one question about the session, and one question about themselves. Today’s guest, U.S. Rep Robert Aderholt, R-Haleyville, spoke about his recent bill that would make it easier for states to drug test food stamp recipients, and he and his wife’s recent experience of …

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Capital Insights – Episode 5: Featuring Sen. Quinton Ross [VIDEO]

A series where we ask Alabama lawmakers one question about the session, and one question about themselves. This week’s guest, Sen. Quinton Ross, D-Montgomery, was asked to clarify some misconceptions about his “ban the box” legislation, and the community service work he enjoys in his free time.

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Speak Out: HB37 protects right to work in Alabama

Article I of Alabama’s 1901 Constitution guarantees certain unique rights. In addition to mirroring guarantees in the U.S. Bill of Rights, our governing document bestows many other rights. Missing, however, is the important and fundamental right to work and provide for our families. The Alabama Legislature is working to correct …

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Capital Insights – Episode 4: Featuring Rep. Terri Collins [VIDEO]

A series where we ask Alabama lawmakers one question about the session, and one question about themselves. This week’s guest, Rep. Terri Collins, R-Decatur, was asked about what her student data bill would do for classrooms and workforce development, and her involvement in the Women’s Leadership Council of Morgan County.

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Capital Insights – Episode 3: Featuring Rep. Mac McCutcheon [VIDEO]

A series where we ask Alabama lawmakers one question about the session, and one question about themselves. This week’s guest, Rep. Mac McCutcheon, R-Huntsville, was asked about solutions for improving Alabama’s transportation and infrastructure being looked into by the legislature, and his experience as a volunteer youth football coach.

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Capital Insights – Episode 2: Featuring Senate President Pro Tem Del Marsh [VIDEO]

A series where we ask Alabama lawmakers one question about the session, and one question about themselves. This week’s guest, Sen. Del Marsh, R-Anniston, was asked to discuss his latest efforts to reward classroom excellence, and he and his wife’s nearly completed renovation of Anniston’s historic Victoria Inn.

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