A voter integrity watchdog says a study arguing transgender voters could be disenfranchised by strict voter ID laws is overblown.Read More →
Former Alabama Education Association chief Paul Hubbert warns of the potential downfall of the organization in a gloomy letter to the group’s board of directors Wednesday.Read More →
It doesn’t matter if you live in Vestavia Hills or Eutaw, your dollar still goes farther in Alabama than it does in most of the rest of the country.Read More →
“Alarming” numbers of inactive voters are fattening election rolls in North Carolina, an electoral group charges.Read More →
California is looking to bar the “Stars and Bars.”
A bill sits on Gov. Jerry Brown’s desk to ban California from displaying or selling the Confederate flag or objects with images of it. The state’s Legislature passed the bill nearly unanimously last week.Read More →
By Johnny Kampis | Watchdog.org
CULLMAN, Ala. — Got $14,000 in your couch cushions? Then you’ll be able to pay your share of Alabama’s debt.
Truth in Accounting, a Chicago-based fiscal government watchdog, recently released its annual Financial State of the States report examining each state’s finances.
The figures aren’t pretty.
The numbers of this study are always more eye-popping [...]