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May 31, 2012
Republicans cheer Davis's defection to GOP.

Romney wins over Republican women, shrinks popularity gap with Obama in new poll.

Study: RSA investments have paid off for state.

Bentley to announce road and bridge projects.

Roy Moore says Bentley doing good job as governor.

May 30, 2012
The Political Round-Up: Sheriff skeptical or cynical Sam; The GOP and a Young Boozer; Paging Stalcup.  

​Romney clinches nomination, attacks Obama on Solyndra, but Trump steals spotlight.

Inside the Statehouse with Steve Flowers: Legislature deserves an A for effort.

State Sen. Hank Sanders: These turbulent times.

House Republicans’ summer schedule heavy on jobs and repealing ‘Obamacare.’

Cities move ahead with feasibility study on bringing back passenger rail lines: Grant to help fund Birmingham-to-Montgomery study.

May 29, 2012
My Political Pages: Artur Davis closing Alabama Democrat chapter, opening Virginia Republican chapter.

The Jere Beasley Report: 10 worst corporate tax avoiders.

Four More Years? If you think the first Obama term has been bad, just wait. By Pete du Pont.

Mitt Romney to officially clinch GOP nomination on Tuesday.

Demand for new vehicles fueling workers' overtime, 6-day workweek.

‘Flexible’ act puts pinch on calendars: School systems forced to get creative with 2012-13 class schedule.

Gadsden Times: RTJ Trail a boon for Alabama.

May 28, 2012
Democratic leaders back Obama's Bain strategy vs. Romney, acknowledge its risks.

Time to drop college-for-all crusade. By Robert J. Samuelson.

Is it within bounds to ask: Is Obama a socialist? By Paul Roderick Gregory.

May 27, 2012
Catalyst for change: Revisiting the Robert Trent Jones Golf Trail 20 years later.

Trail sites anchors of urban growth: Commerce, housing follow Robert Trent Jones Golf Trail.

French: RSA financial future has cloudy forecast.

Montgomery Advertiser: Regular session dreadful.

Parsing demographics and the 2012 presidential race.

Five myths about marriage.

May 25, 2012
Romney holds edge among financially struggling white voters.

Hispanic grocer’s business rallies, prospers despite HB56 discord.

Noonan: Mitt Romney's moment.

May 24, 2012
Legislature passes redistricting over angry objections.

Legislative summary.

Two years after BP spill, Gulf fishermen struggle with bad catches, idle docks.

A Moving Target: Obama position on gay marriage.

Courting controversy: Once again, Roy Moore finds himself in unflattering situation.

Gadsden Times: Keahey's petulance.

May 23, 2012
​Legislative summary.

Gadsden Times: Childish Keahey wastes taxpayers' dollars.

Inside the Statehouse: Is it bribery or is it politics? By Steve Flowers.

Dothan EagleRobbing the Rainy Day Fund.

Obama challenged in Arkansas.

State Sen. Hank Sanders: 'The tentacles of circumstance.'

New York Times: Alabama doubles down on anti-illegal immigration.

May 22, 2012
Riley way, way late in reporting political finances. By Eddie Curran. 

Artur Davis considering Congressional bid in Virginia -- as a Republican

Romney's moment. By Artur Davis.

Romney fund-raising eats into Obama edge.

Poll: Obama, Romney in dead heat on economy.

Legislative summary.

May 21, 2012
New York Times: Is segregation back in U.S. public schools?

Ending prison rape.

Same as it ever was: You may ask yourself, can Montgomery change its ways?

​Sizing up the session: Looking back at bills that passed and those that didn't.

May 20, 2012
Bentley in reverse.

GOP finds consensus harder to come by in 2012.

Montgomery AdvertiserSizing up the session.

Tuscaloosa News: Redistricting bill should pass muster.

May 19, 2012
Obama campaign working to counter new voter ID laws.

Conservative groups outspending liberal counterparts 4 to 1 on congressional races.

Bentley relents, signs strict immigration law.

Legislative summary.

May 18, 2012
The Political Round-Up:

Obama starts with edge on inaugural Fix Electoral College map.

America's changing demographics.

Black lawmakers say reapportionment plan packs their vote strength and threatens white Democrats.

Legislative summary.

May 17, 2012
The Political Round-Up: Dean not done? Eyes state Senate 35 opening; City Hall and the ruby red slippers; Wallace mulls mayoral bid.

Anniston Star: Republicans have long way to go in changing Montgomery culture.

Legislative summary.

Internal warring threatens GOP.

King's forgotten manifesto.

The "Rich Guy Play Toy" future of newspapers.

May 16, 2012
The Political Round-Up: Wallace looms over Mobile political scene; City Hall and the ruby red slippers.​

After a sentence to write sentences, Dr. Bodnar ends a legal chapter: Judge's book assignment is cautionary tale for white-collar crime, summoning Dickens.

Inside the Statehouse with Steve Flowers: Romney must pick Rubio; state ready for lottery.

New York Times: Alabama disgraceful.

Slave graves complicate Walmart's path.

May 15, 2012
Is fiscal cliff just a myth?

Reapportionment: To the victors go the spoils.

May 14, 2012
Surprise, surprise, Obama campaign targets military veterans as part of re-election strategy.

Reapportionment may solidify GOP gains

Dozens of bills await action; Budgets a priority for final day of session. 

May 13, 2012
Budgets poised for final passage.

The soaring cost of college.

Tea Party focus turns to Senate shake-up

Preserve Forever Wild.

May 12, 2012
Reapportionment: McClendon House Plan/Dial Senate Plan.

 Obama gay marriage endorsement mobilizes Christian conservatives.

Good week for TEA Parties: RINO rejected, unions faltered, and Obama flushed out.

New marketing campaign to push Alabama seafood.

May 11, 2012
So It Begins: Troubled CRE assets take down another six banks.

Legislative summary.

Gadsden Times: Elections have consequences.

May 10, 2012
George Wallace assassination attempt: FBI agent reflects, 40 years later.​

Effort to override school start bill stalls.

Legislative summary.

Proposal puts Montgomery lawmakers in same district.

May 9, 2012
Inside the Statehouse with Steve FlowersRoy Moore's resurrection easy to explain. 

Legislative summary.​

May 8, 2012
At Table: Taj Tamale

The Political Round-Up: Pittman with a plan.

Child Immigration Rising: More unaccompanied minors cross border illegally; Mexican law blamed.

Alabama immigration law may come up for a vote this week.

Budgets take top priority in Alabama Legislature.

May 7, 2012
The College Experience: 100 ways to skin a parent. So There. By Emmett Burnett.

New cruise deal close for Mobile, says Copeland.

Groups pushing to elect more women in the South.

American Prospect dims.

The Big Lie: Unemployment and snow jobs. By Pete Riehm

May 6, 2012
Mobile lawmaker supports compact with tribe on casinos.

Nine swing states, critical to presidential race, are mixed lot.

Obama launches campaign against Romney, but real foe is the economy.

Many GOP freshmen who stormed the House find it harder to stay seated.

With jobs scarce, grads flock to unpaid internships.

Economic boom ahead?

May 5, 2012
Voter registration down among black, Hispanics.

Unavoidable consequence of   reapportionment extinction of white Democratic officeholders.

May 4, 2012
Why, oh Y: Downtown YMCA members rebel against proposed relocation.

Anniston Star: Has tourism industry put one over on us?

Legislative summary.

Four years later, race still an issue for some voters.

The fiscal cliff cometh.

Timothy Egan: Do nothings and know nothings.

May 3, 2012
​Legislative summary.

Dothan Eagle: Single school year for all state school systems intended to extent summer vacation season and boost state tax revenues along Gulf Coast not a good ideaDecatur DailyDitto.

May 2, 2012
The purpose of spectacular wealth, according to a spectacularly wealthy guy.

Hyundai sets April U.S. sales record.

Inside the Statehouse: State workers have sound retirement plans. By Steve Flowers.

Postcards from the edge: The tourism industry rescues our schools ... maybe.

Legislative summary.

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