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05/09/2014
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Liberal Group Bars Alabama Schoolhouse Door
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Liberal Group Bars Alabama Schoolhouse Door

The civil rights issue of our era is improving America’s schools. It is essential that all kids, rich and poor, have the chance to achieve the American dream.To work toward that end, Gov. Robert Bentley recently signed the Alabama Accountability Act. The school choice package allows families with children attending failing schools to receive tax credits to help pay for attendance at a different public school or private school.

08/23/2013
Victory for Workplace Freedom in Alabama
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Victory for Workplace Freedom in Alabama

On election day, voters in Alabama took an important stand for workplace freedom by passing Amendment 4.  The bill, sponsored by Rep. Kurt Wallace (R- Maplesville) is an attempt to prevent unions from organizing without a majority of signatures from workplace employees.

11/14/2012
Card Check on the Ballot in Alabama
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Card Check on the Ballot in Alabama

Card check is on the ballot this November in Alabama, and it’s putting voters in the middle of an argument between labor unions and management. Identical measures have been passed in Arizona, South Dakota, and Utah, and a similar measure was also passed in South Carolina. This proposed amendment would make secret ballots part of Alabama’s constitution. These workplace elections would be federally monitored for integrity to prevent any tampering by the workplace or the unions. 

10/23/2012
Help Bring Telecom Competition to Alabama
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Help Bring Telecom Competition to Alabama

Legislation has been introduced in Alabama that will allow consumers the benefits of telecommunications reform and increased competition in this vital sector of the economy.  HB 478 and SB 373 take a step in the right direction of getting government out of the way and will help promote investment and encourage innovation in the telecommunications market.TAKE ACTIONTechnology has come a long way since Alabama’s telecommunications laws were last updated.  The current regulatory regime is badly outdated and reduces competition, investment, and innovation in telecommunications services.  As a result, laws written for another time are putting the breaks on exciting new technologies and ultimately consumers are left with fewer choices and less innovative products. Contact your legislators and the governor TODAY and urge them to support HB 478 and SB 373!Remind them that these bills take a de-regulatory approach and will streamline and modernize existing law to encourage economic growth and healthy competition.  They will strip out unnecessary and over-burdensome regulation that will better enable the free market to work in the telecommunications industry.  Especially in such turbulent economic times, Alabama consumers and the economy as a whole should reap the benefits of increased competition in the form of more choices, better service, and competitive prices!

03/20/2009