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Alabama
5:55 pm
Wed February 16, 2005

Former HealthSouth Official Continues Testimony

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Alabama
5:54 pm
Wed February 16, 2005

Judge in Bombing Trial Will Hold Another Hearing

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Alabama
5:53 pm
Wed February 16, 2005

Committee Considers State Employee Raise

Montgomery, AL – Legislators continue to discuss the possibility of giving state employees a cost-of-living raise. The Senate Finance and Taxation-General Fund Committee approved two bills Wednesday. They would mandate a four percent raise for active and retired state employees. The bills passed with bipartisan support. Governor Bob Riley, however, is pushing for a different pay raise bill. It would provide a four percent raise only if extra money becomes available in the state General Fund.

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Alabama
9:30 am
Wed February 16, 2005

Open Meetings Legislation Goes to House

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Alabama
9:28 am
Wed February 16, 2005

Gay Marriage Ban One Step Closer to Passing

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Alabama
9:25 am
Wed February 16, 2005

Owens Discusses Taxes in Scrushy Trial

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Alabama
7:47 pm
Tue February 15, 2005

Franchise Operator Pays Fines

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Alabama
7:46 pm
Tue February 15, 2005

Families Sue Video Game Makers, Distributors

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Alabama
7:44 pm
Tue February 15, 2005

Newspaper Sues for Education Employee Records

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Alabama
7:43 pm
Tue February 15, 2005

Lawmakers Consider Moving Forever Wild Funds

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Alabama
9:41 am
Tue February 15, 2005

Opelika Native to Head the FDA

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Alabama
9:37 am
Tue February 15, 2005

Rudolph Won't Use Insanity Plea

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Alabama
9:30 am
Tue February 15, 2005

Bill Would Give State Employees Pay Raise

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Alabama
6:19 pm
Mon February 14, 2005

President Re-nominates Pryor to Appeals Court

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Alabama
6:18 pm
Mon February 14, 2005

Tax Renewal Goes Before Limestone County Voters

Athens, AL – Voters in Limestone County will decide a property tax issue Tuesday. They will determine whether 20-year property taxes designated for Athens and Limestone County schools should continue. City schools have one-point-one million dollars riding on the decision, and county schools have two-point-six million on the line. Athens City Schools Superintendent Orman Bridges Junior and Limestone County Superintendent Barry Carroll say it's important for voters to know that NO new taxes are involved.

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