Tuesday is National Voter Registration Day, which is meant to encourage people to register to vote. Different state agencies and grassroots organizations work in conjunction to encourage people to do so in time for November’s midterm elections.
Ending cancer as we know it. President Biden will give a speech Monday in Boston on his plan to find a cure for the disease. What the White House says we can expect to hear about the president’s ‘Cancer Moonshot.’
Beginning this school year, schools can receive free feminine hygiene products for their students. This is thanks to a bill that was signed by Gov. Kay Ivey in April that allocates $200,000 for the products to be put in Title I schools.
The Alabama Republican Party has released a statement following the Tuesday afternoon arrest of Perry Hooper Jr., a prominent former state lawmaker and Montgomery political activist, on a first-degree sexual abuse charge.
There’s a renewed push from state leaders to bring new, higher-paying jobs to Alabama. But in order to do that - business experts and state leaders say they need to provide better incentives to attract those new employers. And just this week - a newly-formed commission met for the first time to do just that.
Voters across the state will see three names for certain races on November’s ballot. For the first time in over 20 years, the Libertarian Party earned enough signatures to have complete ballot access. The party has candidates running for different offices from county sheriffs, and positions in the state house, to the governor’s office.
Abortion pills used for medical abortions could be the next legal fight after the U.S. Supreme Court overturned Roe v. Wade. Right now, they are banned in Alabama according to the attorney general's office.