Monday marked the last day that Governor Ivey signed bills from the 2019 regular session and this marks the completion of perhaps one of the legislature's greatest attacks on the civil liberties and rights of Alabamians.
May is Asian Pacific American Heritage Month (APAHM), which officially started as a week long celebration in 1978.
Last Thursday marked the 24th day of the 2019 legislative session, and the last two weeks have been filled with no shortage of fights for the civil liberties of Alabamians.
Last week, Alabama Gov. Kay Ivey signed legislation banning nearly all abortions.
For years, the Alabama legislature has been passing laws that push abortion out of reach. Now politicians have finally shown their true colors and are trying to ban abortion outright.
Update: On May 23, SB14 came to the House floor, where two amendments were offered and passed. However, because the House and Senate versions are different, the bill had to go back to the originating chamber to approve the new amendments.
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