Capitol Journal Week in Review

Host Don Daily interviews Alabama newsmakers and examines top Alabama news events and issues each week with CAPITOL JOURNAL correspondents Karen Brown and Randy Scott.

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(Nov. 4, 2016) We'll report on yet another stay in the execution of condemned Alabama murderer Tommy Arthur. We'll report on the suspension of the impeachment proceedings against Governor Robert Bentley. We'll also report on the Governor saying this week that 'our education system sucks.' We'll be joined by Sen. Clay Scofield of Guntersville and State Parks Director Greg Lein, who'll discuss how Amendment 2 would protect park funding. We'll also be joined by Sen. Cam Ward of Alabaster, who'll talk about how Amendment 14 would keep hundreds of local laws from being nullified because of a legal challenge.
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(October 21, 2016) We'll report on a grand jury finding no wrongdoing following an investigation into former ALEA Secretary Spencer Collier. We'll also report on House Minority Leader Craig Ford calling on state Democratic party leadership to step down. We'll be joined by Rep. Danny Garrett of Trussville, the co-chair of the new Joint Legislative Task Force on Budget reform, who'll discuss the work ahead. We'll also be joined by Katherine Robertson with the Alabama Policy Institute, who'll talk about the group's new study on Alabama's dependency on federal funding.
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(October 7, 2016) We'll be joined by Alabama Chief Justice Roy Moore, who this week filed an appeal of his permanent suspension for his administrative orders on gay marriage. We'll report on Governor Robert Bentley this week announcing he'll form an advisory council on gambling. That, in the wake of the reopening of the Victoryland casino in Macon County. We'll also be joined by Secretary of State John Merrill, who'll discuss preparations for the upcoming election.
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(Sept. 30, 2016) We'll have a full report on today's decision by the Court of the Judiciary to suspend Chief Justice Roy Moore for the remainder of his term over his administrative orders on same-sex marriage. We'll be joined by Rep. Jim Hill of Moody, the co-chair of the House Judiciary Committee, who discusses the group's approval this week of subpoena powers for the special counsel in the impeachment proceedings against Governor Robert Bentley. We'll also be joined by Attorney General Luther Strange, who'll discuss today's deadline for counties to notify his office how they'll comply with the state's ban on electronic bingo. This, of course, in the wake of the reopening of the Victoryland casino in Macon County.
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(September 16, 2016) We'll report on Rep. Darrio Melton of Selma escaping injury after being shot at during an apparent robbery attempt last night. We'll also report on the FBI completing an audit of the state Finance Department requested by Governor Robert Bentley. We'll have details of this week's reopening of the Victoryland casino in Macon County. We'll also present both sides of a rift this week between Public Service Commission President Twinkle Cavanaugh and Commissioner Chip Beeker. Both will join us to talk about a controversial land deal Beeker had considered entering. And we'll discuss all of the week's top state government news in our Week in Review segment.

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