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Perry Hooper: Congressman Martha Roby a True Public Servant
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Perry Hooper: Congressman Martha Roby a True Public Servant

By PERRY HOOPER, JR. A public servant is defined as someone who works honorably, conscientiously, and with dedication putting the public’s interest above their own. This truly defines Martha Roby. Since first entering public life on the Montgomery City Council 16 years ago at age 26, Martha Roby has always done the right thing for her...

Perry Hooper: Sarah Sanders is a Great American
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Perry Hooper: Sarah Sanders is a Great American

By PERRY HOOPER, JR Sarah Huckabee Sanders has been one of Trump’s most loyal supporters and confidants, almost constantly at his side during his two and a half years at the White House and during the campaign before.  When asked about her departure from the White House Trump stated: “She’s done an incredible job, “She’s...

Jim Searcy: Protect Alabama’s economic development efforts
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Jim Searcy: Protect Alabama’s economic development efforts

By JIM SEARCY, Executive Director of the Economic Development Association of Alabama The Alabama Jobs Enhancement Act was passed last year to provide clarity to an issue that could have crippled Alabama’s economic development efforts.  The bill was necessary to provide clarity regarding a requirement for economic developers and site selectors to register as lobbyist to...

Perry Hooper: President Trump Hits a Home Run
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Perry Hooper: President Trump Hits a Home Run

By PERRY HOOPER, JR The never-Trumper faction of the Republican Party was wrong. The mainstream media was — and continues to be wrong. The Democrats just don’t get it. Two years into the Trump agenda to Make America Great Again the state of our union, is incredibly strong and getting better every day. The President...

Alabama Power raises rates to deal with coal ash
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Alabama Power raises rates to deal with coal ash

BIRMINGHAM, Ala. (AP) — Alabama Power Company has raised electric rates this year to pay for closing coal ash ponds around the state. Al.com reports the company requested the increase so it will comply with rules set up by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency in 2015. Utility spokesman Michael Sznajderman says Alabama Power is changing...