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MONTGOMERY, Ala. — Senate President Pro Tem Del Marsh has appointed Senator Garlan Gudger (R-Cullman) to serve on the Alabama Small Business Commission. The appointment was announced Thursday morning. Created in 2014, the Alabama Small Business Commission is an appointed group of small business owners and legislators, who are tasked with advising the Governor and […]
MONTGOMERY, Ala. – At the recent, inaugural meeting of the Alabama Commission on Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Associated Technologies, the Commission’s members elected Alabama’s Secretary of Commerce, Greg Canfield, as Chairman and named Senator Jabo Waggoner (R-Vestavia Hills) Vice-Chairman. “Artificial intelligence is a powerful, disruptive technology that has the potential to forever change the way […]
MONTGOMERY, Ala. – Today, the Alabama Senate’s Committee on Assignments announced its Senate Standing Committee appointments for the 2019-2022 quadrennium. Senate President Pro Tem Del Marsh (R-Anniston) thanked the committee for their work. “I want to thank the Committee on Assignments for their work on these committees, they did a fantastic job of matching Senators with the committee that best takes advantage of their strengths and […]
The members of the Alabama Board of Pardons and Paroles aren’t doing their jobs. In July, Jimmy O’Neal Spencer was charged with the brutal killings of Martha Dell Reliford, 65, Marie Kitchens Martin, 74, and Martin’s 7-year-old great-grandson, Colton Ryan Lee, in Guntersville. Spencer, a man with a violent rap sheet going back to the […]