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VIDEO: Anger over prison funding is off-base, vaccine mandates’ impact unstoppable, Biden continues to crater in polls and more on Alabama Politics This Week …

Radio talk show hosts Dale Jackson and Michael Yaffee take you through Alabama’s biggest political stories, including:. — Why are people upset about COVID-19 relief money being used for Alabama prisons?. — Will we really see more vaccine mandates in Alabama and beyond?. — When will President Joe Biden stop...
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Alabama vs. Texas A&M: Prediction, pick, football game odds, spread, live stream, TV channel, watch online

Pondering whether Texas A&M had closed the gap on Alabama after the Aggies finished 9-1 in 2020, losing only to a Crimson Tide team that finished as the undefeated national champions, was one of the hot topics of the college football offseason. As the two prepare to meet on Saturday night, however, the question is no longer whether Texas A&M has closed the gap; rather, it’s whether No. 1 Alabama has increased it.
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An election, a bomb threat, a hip-hop award: Down in Alabama

A candidate for the Mobile, Alabama, City Council who died more than two weeks ago managed to win over 40 percent of the vote during Tuesday’s municipal elections. On today’s news briefing we’ll talk more about who actually won that race. We also have the passing of one of the Birmingham area’s popular restaurant owners, a bomb threat connected to a high school rivalry, and an Alabama rapper’s recognition.
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Municipal elections, Bubba Wallace, Lane Kiffin: Down in Alabama

We’re going to talk about local elections, NASCAR’s Talladega race and a rather odd exchange before Saturday’s Alabama-Ole Miss game. The “Down in Alabama” podcast is short and free. Listen to it by clicking on the player above or subscribe by looking for “Down in Alabama” on the device of your choosing. Get this and other AL.com newsletters here.
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Some Alabama voters have strange option on ballot – dead incumbent or his living challenger

Voters in an Alabama city had an unusual choice in Tuesday’s municipal runoff election: Whether to vote for an incumbent who died recently or support his challenger. William Carroll qualified earlier this year to run against two-term Mobile City Council member Levon Manzie, the council president. And even though Manzie died last month after an extended illness, his name was still on the ballot in mostly Black District 2, which Carroll once represented.
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Alabama Forestry Association endorses State Sen. Larry Stutts’ reelection campaign

The Alabama Forestry Association (AFA) on Tuesday announced its endorsement of State Sen. Larry Stutts (R-Tuscumbia) in his reelection campaign for the Alabama State Senate, representing District 6. Stutts is a graduate of Auburn University’s School of Veterinary Medicine. Upon practicing as a veterinarian for five years, the Colbert County...
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