October 4, 2007 RSS feed / Editorial

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U.S. House takes first step toward socialized medicine

Congress Reports

Last week the House of Representatives took a major step toward socialized medicine and a taxpayer subsidized, government-run health system when it passed H.R. 976, the Children's Health Insurance Program Reauthorization Act of 2007. More...

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What Others Say

Laying a foundation

THE ISSUE: The state school board has established basic rules for two-year colleges operating a private foundation on the side. Good. A private foundation that runs in connection with a college or school isn't, by definition, a bad thing. More...

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Will there be a special session?

Inside the Statehouse

Rumors are that Gov. Riley still plans to call a special legislative session for late October. An extraordinary session of the legislature is designed for emergency problems arising in state government that require legislative approval. More...

Who will run in 2nd District?

Alabama Viewpoint

The Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee (DCCC) is courting Montgomery Mayor Bobby Bright, hoping he will enter the Democratic Primary for the seat of retiring Second District Congressman Terry Everett, R-Rehobeth. More...