The Federation was founded on January 29, 1921 and has now grown to represent more than 350,000 member families in 67 counties.
Ivey to propose pay raises; State health officer on vaccine: 'Not enough to go around'; J&J 1-dose shot prevents COVID-19, but is less effective; Cutting edge health tech making a difference in rural Alabama, but funding is uncertain; Incentives bill filed
Vital Engine, a software application developed by Abel Healthcare Enterprises, allows doctors to communicate and share information in real time, leading to faster diagnoses and cutting down on unnecessary patient trips to major medical centers to see specialists.
General Fund looks okay, law enforcement agencies ask for funds; Mental health services in schools improving, more help needed; Alabama becomes latest state to detect COVID-19 variant; The latest from Washington; First look at Medical Marijuana bill
Images, stories tell of tornado's destructive path; At education budget hearing, talk of pay raises, focus on literacy, COVID-19 fallout; Long-awaited incentives package to be filed as session nears; Feds boosting vaccine deliveries amid complaints of shortages; The latest from Washington
White House, Congress begin talks on COVID relief; Impeachment articles to be transmitted, GOP opposed; Report: Improvements needed in state's suicide prevention efforts; State launches Alabama Family Central website; Remembering Hammerin' Hank
We all thought 2020 was a doozy, but the first three weeks of 2021 have given the worst year ever a run for its money. One silver lining for political junkies is that there is more going on politically than anytime in recent memory.
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