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  • Ballot Measure 12:29 am on May 24, 2013 Permalink |
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    Alabama to ban use of foreign law in state courts

    Bill: SB4 (text)

    Sponsored by Sen. Gerald Allen, and approved to appear before Alabama voters in 2014, SB4 (the “American and Alabama Laws for Alabama Courts Amendment”) would establish a state constitutional amendment prohibiting the application of foreign law in violation of rights guaranteed natural citizens by the United States and Alabama Constitutions, and the laws and public policy of the state.

    Also: “Ala. ballot question could add foreign law protections”

  • State Sen. Scott Beason (AL) 9:18 am on April 19, 2013 Permalink |
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    Alabama seeks repeal of federal Common Core school curriculum

    Bill: SB403 (text)

    Sponsored by Sen. Beason, SB403 would prohibit the State Board of Education from adopting and the Department of Education from implementing the Common Core State Standards developed by the Common Core State Standards Initiative. The bill would also prohibit the State Board of Education, the Department of Education, and other state bodies from compiling or sharing data about students or teachers, except under limited circumstances.

    Also: “Senate committee approves common core repeal for Alabama public schools”

    “Common Core Repeal Approved By Alabama Senate Committee”

    “Common Core Standards attacked by national Republicans”

  • Gov. Robert Bentley (AL) 10:33 pm on April 12, 2013 Permalink |
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    Alabama abortion providers must meet hospital safety standards, have admitting privileges

    Bill: HB57 (text)

    Sponsored by Rep. McClurkin, and signed into law in 2013 by Gov. Robert Bentley, HB57 (the “Women’s Health and Safety Act” – Act No. 2013-79) raises the safety requirements for abortion clinics to the same level as ambulatory surgical centers as specified in the NFPA 101 Life Safety Code. In addition, HB57 mandates that doctors who provide abortions must have admitting privileges at local hospitals. Abortion patients are required to identify the age of the baby’s father to ensure that the circumstances of the pregnancy did not involve an unreported criminal rape.

    Also: “Alabama Gov. Robert Bentley signs law raising requirements for abortion clinics”

    “Alabama House Republicans seek new restrictions on abortion clinics”

    “Critics say Alabama clinic-safety law could close clinics statewide”

  • State Sen. Gerald Dial (AL) 9:30 am on November 18, 2012 Permalink |
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    Alabama bans Agenda 21 sustainable green policies

    Bill: SB477 (text)

    Sponsored by Sen. Gerald Dial, and signed into law by Gov. Robert Bentley, SB477 prohibits the state and all its political subdivisions from enacting environmental and/or developmental policies that infringe on private property rights, “as may be required by policy recommendations originating in, or traceable to ‘Agenda 21,’ adopted by the United Nations in 1992 at its Conference on Environment and Development or any other international law, or ancillary plan of action that contravenes the Constitution of the United States or the Constitution of the State of Alabama.” Furthermore, the state and its subdivisions may not may not enter into any agreement, expend any sum of money, or receive funds contracting services, or giving financial aid to or from those non-governmental and inter-governmental organizations as defined in Agenda 21.

    Also: “Alabama Adopts First Official State Ban on UN Agenda 21”

    “Agenda 21: Sustainability?”

    Reason TV Video: Radical Environmentalists Are Anti-development, Anti-people

    • Alabama Resident 4:49 pm on September 22, 2012 Permalink | Log in to Reply

      Well, lets see if this bill was to actually protect the people of Alabama or to protect the state income from loss of property taxes. Here’s your chance to prove your actions, Senator Dial….

      Smart Meters forced on the people of Alabama(and the entire US) under the guise of sustainability. These meters were forced on us and are clearly a violation of Senate Bill 477.

      Well, lets see if this bill was to truely protect the people of Alabama from the UN agenda 21 scheme or just to protect the state’s income from property taxes.

    • Alabama Resident 5:32 pm on September 22, 2012 Permalink | Log in to Reply

      Sorry, let me elaborate a little more on this subject:

      Smart Meters were funded by federal stimulus(sustainable energy, sustainable development, agenda 21), they claim that smart meters were to cut down on exhaust pollution by taking meter readers off the streets(which sounds nice), but people are missing the bigger picture about these devices.

      They serve several functions:

      They can detail your energy usage(invasion of privacy)
      They can have the smart meter prevent any item over a certain wattage from working(like your AC/heater etc) which is soon to come when they push global warming, power stations creating too much pollution(carbon credits etc)
      They will shut your meter off for rolling blackouts. Are you aware they’re in the process of shutting down over 200 coal power stations shortly?

      Published: 11:29 PM 09/21/2012 – Report: More than 200 coal-fired generators slated for shutdown: http://dailycaller.com/2012/09/21/report-more-than-200-coal-fired-generators-slated-for-shutdown/

      This means a shortage of power to the masses, get ready to see your smart meter in action by shutting your power off to ‘conserve energy’!!!!!

      Rolling Blackouts coming to a city near you!!!

      Can you imagine the chaos this is about to cause? Irritable masses, crime etc., but it’ll give the NSA the reason to put the NDAA into effect by placing the military on your streets to babysit you as the people are unable to care for themselves!

      Wake up, these smart meters were put in place for a reason…and you’re not going to like it.


  • State Rep. Kurt Wallace (AL) 8:35 am on November 7, 2012 Permalink |
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    Alabama bans union ‘card check’ elections, mandates secret ballot voting

    Bill: HB 64 (Amendment 7 – 2012) (PDF)

    Sponsored by Rep. Kurt Wallace and voted into law by Alabama voters on November 6, 2012, The Alabama Secret Ballot Amendment (Amendment 7) amends the state constitution to guarantee individuals the right to vote by secret ballot in matters of employee representation, elections for public office, and referenda. Amendment 7 would prohibit unions from organizing via “card check,” where they get more than half of the employees at a company to check a box on a card saying they want a union to represent them. The only method available for union organization would be a secret ballot. The amendment effectively blocks a push by left-wing groups and unions to make voter choices public, opening the door to pressure and harassment.

    Also: “Alabama Secret Ballot Amendment, Amendment 7 (2012)”

    “Alabama voters to decide union organizing issue”

  • State Rep. Micky Hammon (AL) 9:02 pm on June 12, 2011 Permalink |
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    Alabama immigration law called ‘toughest in nation’

    Bill: HB 56 (PDF)

    Sponsored by Micky Hammon, et al, and signed into law in 2011 by Gov. Robert Bentley, the Beason-Hammon Alabama Taxpayer and Citizen Protection Act denies state benefits and employment for illegal immigrants. Among other things, HB56 requires police to check the legal status of individuals who are detained or questioned during traffic stops. Also under HB56, concealing and protecting illegal aliens is prohibited, and a firm’s business license may be revoked for hiring illegal workers.

    Also: “HB56 – Alabama’s immigration crackdown law”

    “Year later, Alabama strengthens immigration crackdown law with passage of HB658”

    “Alabama governor signs HB658 to strengthen state’s 2011 immigration law”

    “Alabama’s Tough New Immigration Law Can Withstand Legal Challenges, Experts Say”

    • Scotty 10:26 pm on June 12, 2011 Permalink | Log in to Reply

      It’s about time. Border hole seems to be closing up fast now.

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