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Sun October 30, 2005
Listen to Alabama Life from 10-30-2005
Now that Harriet Miers has taken herself out of consideration for a seat on the Supreme Court, people are talking about the qualifications they'd like to see in the President's next choice. We'll see what some senators in Washington are saying, including Alabama Senator Jeff Sessions.
Also, we have a report on former governor Don Siegelman's indictment on charges of bribery, extortion and racketeering.
Listen to some of the people who attended a memorial service for Rosa Parks who talk about what an inspiration she was to them.
And storyteller Kathryn Tucker Windham talks about Halloween, Jeffery, and tells a ghost story.
[LISTEN - 3:15]
With Harriet Miers out of the running for the Supreme Court, U.S. Senator Jeff Sessions and others are talking about qualifications they would like to see in the President's next choice.
[LISTEN - 2:57]
Although former governor Don Siegelman has been indicted on charges of bribery, extortion and racketeering, he says he is innocent and that these charges will not keep him out of next year's governor's race.
[LISTEN - 7:21]
A memorial service for Rosa Parks was held at Dexter Avenue King Memorial Baptist Church in Montgomery. Some of those who were there talked to Alabama Public Radio about the woman they admired.
[LISTEN - 4:47]
The Storyteller, Kathryn Tucker Windham, tells a ghost story.
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