Gov. Kay Ivey has signed a bill into law that will permit marijuana to be used for specific medical needs in Alabama.
Governor Kay Ivey
Alabama is joining the states seeking to permanently switch to daylight saving time if Congress ever authorizes it.
Alabamians will soon be able to have a bottle of cabernet or chardonnay delivered in the mail.
Governor Ivey has signed on to a letter with 19 other governors calling on President Biden and Vice President Harris to take action on the crisis at the southern border immediately. Along with the letter, Governor Ivey issued the following statement: “When we have an unsecured and open southern border, Alabama is impacted, which is why I have joined 19…
Gov. Kay Ivey has announced that Alabama will end its participation in all federally funded pandemic unemployment compensation programs effective June 19.
President Biden has set a new vaccination goal to deliver at least one dose to 70% of adult Americans by July Fourth.
Gov. Kay Ivey has signed bills that will give both teachers and state employees 2% pay raises.
Gov. Kay Ivey says the COVID-19 pandemic is “absolutely” managed, so she will soon end a state health order meant to guard against the spread of the illness.
Alabama will soon allow people with long-ago convictions for certain low-level crimes to apply to have their records wiped clean. The Alabama Legislature approved an expanded expungement bill that was signed into law by Gov. Kay Ivey. The bill is called the Record Expungement Designed to Enhance Employment and Eliminate Recidivism Act — or the REDEEMER Act. It would…
FILE – Gov. Kay Ivey Alabama is the latest state to ban transgender girls from playing on female public school sports teams. Gov. Kay Ivey on Friday signed legislation that says public K-12 schools cannot allow a “biological male” to participate on a female team. Idaho last year became the first state to pass such a ban, but it faces…