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Sept. 30, 2011
Ladd Stadium board responds to mayor in squabble over management of facility.

Los Angeles Times: Alabama's win, our loss.

New York Times: Dismal days in Alabama.

Decatur Daily: Hispanic businesses say customers leaving.

Florence Times Daily: Florida's welfare law a flop.

Business group endorses Malone over Graddick in GOP contest for chief justice.

The GOP and Obama: Behind the numbers

Ron Paul questions wisdom of Al-Awlaki's assassination.

The Political Round-Up.

Sept. 29, 2011
Brooks kicks off campaign for judgeship with legal community reception Tuesday, Oct. 4.

The Political Round-Up.

Why conservatives hate Warren Buffett.

New York Times: Killing the recovery.

Where Obama's jobs bill falls short.

Best economic news in decades in north Alabama.

Sept. 28, 2011
The Political Round-Up: Council curfew committee to meet; LWV-Mobile to offer course on local politics; Jones' mailer counters rumblings; Riehm takes 'common sense' on tour; Graddick launches campaign website;
Stout out, who's in?; Alabama jobs breakthrough;
Peacock, Lathan take on GOP duties; Gulf seafood industry strives to bounce back; SBA officials to visit Fairhope.

Steve Flowers: States beginning to tap internet for tax revenue.

Sept. 27, 2011
More gloom lies ahead for cities.

Alabama inmate sues to read Southern history book.

Once booming South hit hardest by recession.

Sept. 26, 2011
Kudzu-eating bugs: Good news or bad?

Why we need a third party.

Decatur Daily: Alexander a senator who gets it.

States get flexibility with No Child Left Behind law.

Sept. 25, 2011
Defendant's choice: Jesus or jail.

Redistricting process should be more open.

Alabama's Tea Partiers go local.

Obama 2012 campaign’s Operation Vote focuses on ethnic minorities, core liberals.

Sept. 24, 2011
The Political Round-Up: Jones' mailer counters rumblings; Riehm takes 'common sense' on tour;
Graddick launches campaign website; Stout out, who's in?; Alabama jobs breakthrough; Peacock, Lathan take on GOP duties; Gulf seafood industry strives to bounce back; SBA officials to visit Fairhope.

Sept. 23, 2011
The Political Round-Up: Riehm takes 'common sense' on tour; Graddick launches website; Alabama jobs breakthrough; Callaghan feted, Lathan shifts gears; Gulf seafood industry strives to bounce back; SBA officials to visit Fairhope.

Riley gets ethics training for lobbyists.

Alabama, giving away the farm?

Obama takes jobs fight to adversaries' turf.

Gadsden Times: Political theater?

Sept. 22, 2011
Senate panel bill could send billions to Gulf Coast.

Obama, Soros sordid scandal brewing?

Even blacks beginning to sour on Obama.

GOP needs history lesson about class warfare.

Toll road from north Alabama to Orange Beach?

Water war states could have saved time, money -- but didn't.

Alabama's last surviving elected statewide Democrat, Lucy Baxley, to seek re-election to PSC.

Sept. 21, 2011
Fact checking Obama’s Rose Garden statement on taxes and spending.

Tommy Bryan to run for Alabama Supreme Court.

Steve Flowers: Illegal immigration law is a nightmare.

Obama rejects Obamaism.

Obama giving up on governing, moving into campaign mode?

A tax others embrace, U.S. opposes.

Sept. 20, 2011
Public schools face the rising costs of serving lunch.

Bentley could call special session in November to address Jefferson County financial woes.

Strange stands by decision to take redistricting to court.

Testimony opens in trial over huge 2008 coal ash spill at Tennessee Valley Authority plant.

Sept. 19, 2011
Houston and Detroit: A tale of two cities.

Donaldson abandons bid for seat on state Supreme Court.

New York Times: Why does Obama let his critics define him? Washington Post: The Big Disconnect: Thumbs down on the economy, thumbs up o Obama policies.

Alabama death row inmate deserves one last chance.

Sept. 18, 2011
Governor doesn't plan special session to deal with homeowners' insurance reform until 2012.

North Alabama, Repubs look to gain in redistricting.

The Impoverished States of America.

South ain't just whistlin' Dixie.

For Obama, another September of discontent.

Hubbert, Reed played huge part in state politics.

State drug-testing plan for welfare recipients is sound, say Dick Brewbacker and Randy Brinson.

Sept. 17, 2011
The Masters of Hispanic Destiny: 'Do we want to be the next victimized minority group, or do we want to be the next successful immigrant group?'

Sept. 16, 2011
Happy Constitution Day.

Republicans rewriting state election laws in ways that don't help Democrats.

French company to help complete nuclear plant in Alabama.

Congressional approval sagging like urban youth britches.

Alabama A&M rises in college rankings.

Sept. 15, 2011
For Obama, no time to panic? Yes, it's time to panic, says James Carville.

Steve Flowers: Ludicrous to hold another gambling corruption trial.

Public hearings set on redistricting.

Sept. 14, 2011
Special election in New York congressional race seen as Obama rebuke.

State leaders think big at economic forum in Anniston.

AG Strange asks court to approve state school board redistricting plan.

Two-year college chancellor looking to improve juco/workforce performance.

Sept. 13, 2011
The Political Round-Up.

Ag Commissioner says state could gain 15,000 jobs with trade deal.

UA ranks highest ever in college list.

Detroit: A city in ruins.

Sept. 12, 2011
Job creation 101.

One agency's budget struggles typical of nation.

The President's do-over.

Jobs creation package largely ignores housing woes.

The Poor: Still here, still poor.

Sept. 11, 2011
The lost world of 9/10: The 9/11 attacks and the end of American innocence.

Alabama better prepared than in 2001.

The Gordian knot of equitable insurance reform in Alabama.

Selma, Ala. -- Crossing a bridge into civil rights history.

What the Tea Party is and isn't.

Get a clue, Mr. President, Abraham Lincoln did not found the Republican Party.

No job, no insurance, no health care.

A street called America.

Sept. 10, 2011
UA professor explores motives behind 9/11 hijackers.

How 9/11's sense of purpose gave way to partisan divisions.

Hubbard blasts AEA-backed lawsuit.

House frosh emerge as GOP power brokers.

Mr. Banker, can you spare a dime?

Sept. 9, 2011
Soldier's Alabama pride grows with reaction to flag request.

Justice Department approves March, 2012 primary.

A good law unenforced?

Fast food stamps?

Learning from Leslie.

Washington Post: The irrelevant president.

New York Times: The jobs speech.

Sessions, Hubbard react to president's jobs plan.

PSC's troubling decision.

Sept. 8, 2011
The Political Round-Up:

The mayor of Mobile is paid $89,000 a year. Is that sufficient pay for performing the job well? What salary should the mayor receive?

Perry, Romney square off.

Fact checking the GOP debate at Reagan library.

Perry passes first test with flying colors.

Washington Post: The 'twist' to spur our economy.

Obama again with The Big Speech.

Sept. 7, 2011
The Political Round-Up:

Steve Flowers: Will Perry swagger sell outside of Dixie?

Mitt Romney's 59 Economic Flavors: A jobs plan that shrinks from some of the biggest issues. He calls it 'Believe in America.'

The Myth of Conservative Purity: Adam Smith, the Founding Fathers, Ronald Reagan—all practiced the art of wise compromise.

Decatur Daily: Beware the GOP promise.

Sept. 6, 2011
GOP hopefuls vying for Tea Party support.

Obama in political freefall.

Jurors asked to forego pay.

Anniston Star says Congress doesn't get it.

Roger Williams is running for Congress in Texas, and he’s also got a sense of humor. But Democrats probably won’t like him.

Sept. 5, 2011
The last Labor Day?

Asa Carter: Story within the stories.

Romney's record in the 'real economy.'

Breakfast in the classroom.

Sept. 4, 2011
Davis set to take reins at finance department.

Undocumented worker came to Alabama for his kids.

Just like GOP, Obama's media cheerleaders starting to disrespect the prez.

The last white Southern Democrat.

Sept. 3, 2011
Federal judge severs immigration lawsuits.

Five myths about 9/11.

Alfa raises Alabama insurance rates by 20 percent.

Football fans return to a scarred Tuscaloosa.

Sept. 2, 2011
Illegal immigration is flashpoint for Republican White House hopefuls.

Consideration of home rule for counties a possibility in next session of legislature. 

Sept. 1, 2011
Obama's paradox problem.

Vanzetta McPherson: Black candidates mired in the past.

Malone directs resumption of trials.

Steve Flowers: With summer's end, let politicking begin.

Courthouse morale sags with staff cuts.

Are you ready for some football? Tornado-tossed Tuscaloosa is.

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