State lawmakers are approaching a decision on whether to prevent changes to long-standing monuments in the state, including Confederate memorials.
The state House of Representatives is scheduled to vote later today on a bill that would forbid any alterations or removal of markers that have stood for more than 20 years.
Gov. Kay Ivey could sign the legislation into law if the House passes it. A spokeswoman says Ivey’s office will review the bill if it is approved.