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    Alabama faith leaders call on Gov. Ivey to expand Medicaid

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    MONTGOMERY, Ala. – Nearly 300 Alabama faith leaders released a joint letter Thursday calling on Gov. Kay Ivey to expand Medicaid coverage immediately for adults with low incomes. The letter – signed by 278 pastors, imams, sisters and other faith leaders – asks for...

    Sonya Mabry Adams announces re-election bid for South Vinemont Town Council, place 2

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    SOUTH VINEMONT, Ala. - Sonya Mabry Adams on Monday announced her re-election bid for South Vinemont Town Council, place 2. The Municipal Election will take place Tuesday, Aug. 25, 2020. As a newlywed, Adams said, "I have a new name, but my intentions and my heart...

    Colorful political columnist Steve Flowers visits Cullman Museum

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    Political columnist and Alabama Public Radio personality Steve Flowers speaks Sunday at the Cullman County Museum. (W.C. Mann for The Cullman Tribune) CULLMAN - On Sunday afternoon, political columnist and Alabama Public Radio personality Steve Flowers visited the Cullman County Museum to talk Alabama politics...

    Cullman County Republicans host ADAI Commissioner John McMillan

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    Alabama Commissioner of Agriculture and Industries John McMillan CULLMAN - The Cullman County Republicans welcomed a handful of special guests to their monthly meeting over the weekend, including Alabama Commissioner of Agriculture and Industries John McMillan and Representatives Corey Harbison, R-Good Hope and Randall Shedd,...

    Attorney General Steve Marshall hails Supreme Court victory in religious freedom case supported by Alabama

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    MONTGOMERY, Ala.—Attorney General Steve Marshall hailed a unanimous decision by the U.S. Supreme Court Thursday, in a lawsuit supported by Alabama, upholding the right of Catholic Social Services to assist in Philadelphia’s foster care system without having to surrender the group’s religious beliefs.    “Alabama and...

    Voter registration deadline looming for U.S. Senate primary election

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    Democrat Doug Jones, left, and Republican Roy Moore, right, are the leading challengers for the U.S. Senate seat currently held by Luther Strange, center. / Images courtesy of Doug Jones for U.S. Senate and State of Alabama MONTGOMERY -  Voters have until July 31 to...

    SPECIAL ELECTION: Doug Jones defeats Roy Moore; Moore not conceding

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    ALABAMA - In a stunning come-from-behind victory, Democrat Doug Jones defeated Republican Roy Moore in the U.S. Senate special election Tuesday by a razor-thin margin, and for the first time in 25 years, Alabama is sending a Democrat to the U.S. Senate. But while...

    Rep. Corey Harbison speaks on the recently filed HB622 bill

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    MONTGOMERY, Ala. – Rep. Corey Harbison, R-Good Hope on Tuesday afternoon filed HB622, a bill that, if passed, would allow Cullman County voters to decide on a state constitutional amendment that would make the role of Cullman County Schools superintendent an elected, instead of...

    Case closed: AG Strange’s statement on former ALEA Sec. Spencer Collier

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    A special grand jury on Thursday, Oct. 20, 2016 declined to act on allegations against former Alabama Law Enforcement Agency (ALEA) Secretary Spencer Collier (pictured). MONTGOMERY –This statement is being issued because substantial information related to the Attorney General’s investigation has been put in the...

    CAMPAIGN 2018: Q&A with Carol Berry

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    Carol Berry (Courtesy of Carol Berry) CULLMAN - This week, The Tribune caught up with candidate Carol Berry, who is challenging incumbent Tammy Brown for the post of Cullman County Probate Judge in the June 5 primary election.  A Vinemont native and Cullman resident, Berry...