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"… be dumped in a landfill in the predominantly black community of Uniontown, Alabama, was “made for economic reasons.” It said the EPA’s coal ash rule fa …"

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"… op 10 donors to the Republican group, giving more than $200,000. In 2013, Alabama’s Republican attorney general, Luther Strange, helped spearhead a letter …"

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"… rica is the debate over voting rights more symbolic than in Shelby County, Alabama. That's where Frank “Butch” Ellis still lives on the same Columbiana f …"

"… ts - was its intended permanent enforcement, which still stands. In 2011, Alabama passed a statewide voter ID law that took effect in 2014 after the Shelby …"

"… re that we had credibility and integrity in the electoral process,” said Alabama Secretary of State John Merrill, who co-sponsored the law while a state le …"

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"… a platform, where the material was loaded onto railroad cars bound for an Alabama landfill. Many remember being immersed in this slurry, wading in it up to …"

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"… businessman Nicholas Peters and operates dozens of Taco Bell franchises in Alabama, Georgia, Florida, Mississippi and South Carolina. In its first weeks of …"

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"… e around interpretation of a crucial civil rights case from 1958: NAACP v. Alabama. Increasingly cited since the landmark Citizens United v. Federal Election …"

"… statehouses all over the country. Death threats via Twitter The historic Alabama decision — allowing the NAACP to keep its membership list secret — was …"

"… mily line.” In court, lawyers for the foundation used the 1958 NAACP v. Alabama case as justification for withholding the list of names and donors. “Fo …"

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"… Financial backers of the shipyards in question — Austal USA, in Mobile, Alabama, and Marinette Marine in Marinette, Wisconsin — reinforced this mes …"

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"… Libertarian parties in 15 states. The 15 state parties set to benefit are Alabama, Alaska, California, Illinois, Maine, Maryland, Minnesota, Missouri, Monta …"

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"… e group quickly came onto the radar of the Southern Poverty Law Center, an Alabama nonprofit group that describes itself as a monitor of hate groups. The cen …"

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"… waste again in December 2016. Subcommittee chairman Sen. Jeff Sessions, R-Alabama, criticized the NNSA for exceeding its budgets for such work and missing d …"

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"… on on Civil Rights convenes in Washington Friday to take testimony from an Alabama resident and a New York lawyer featured in our stories. A quite controver …"

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"… ll. An average of 29 lobbyists per year roamed Montgomery on behalf of the Alabama Education Association teachers union from 2010 to 2014, according to state …"

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"… Yaki said via teleconference. Residents of Waukegan, Illinois; Uniontown, Alabama; and Florence, South Carolina, told the commission they were worried about …"

"… closures – and to simply have their concerns taken seriously. “I love Alabama; it’s a nice place to live,” said Uniontown resident Esther Calhoun, w …"

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"… rs examining civil-rights claims. Esther Calhoun, who lives in Uniontown, Alabama, and whose Title VI complaint over a sprawling landfill that accepts coal …"

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"… ed after investigation complaints from communities such as Uniontown, Alabama, and Baton Rouge, Louisiana. Advocates and residents of these commun …"

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"… p that works to rein in federal spending, led the effort decades ago. But Alabama reversed its call in 1988 after intense lobbying from the John B …"

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"… a blaze at the Brown’s Ferry nuclear reactor, on the Tennessee River in Alabama, in 1979. General Electric’s technicians had also warned manufacturers i …"

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"… in Washington, D.C.; Creighton University in Nebraska; Troy University in Alabama and Indiana University. “Like many charities, the Charles Koch Foundatio …"

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"… imilar campaigns may be on the way. In February, a former legal adviser to Alabama Gov. Robert Bentley started a nonprofit called the Alabama Council for Exc …"

"… egal adviser to Alabama Gov. Robert Bentley started a nonprofit called the Alabama Council for Excellent Government with a stated purpose of supporting the R …"

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"… ment. Again. The witness list reads like pages torn from a Who’s Who in Alabama. Again. Pundits are saying the trial will shine a light on how things act …"

"… are saying the trial will shine a light on how things actually get done in Alabama politics. Again. Alabama House Speaker Mike Hubbard, whose trial on ethic …"

"… shine a light on how things actually get done in Alabama politics. Again. Alabama House Speaker Mike Hubbard, whose trial on ethics charges is set to begin …"

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"… disgraced Kelley. It scored an 87, good enough for a fourth-place tie with Alabama, Texas and Arizona. Washington also fared better than average for procurem …"

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"… uption-related charges or convictions of the house or assembly speakers of Alabama, Rhode Island, South Carolina and New York. The former governor of Virgini …"

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"… to outside special interests.” …"

"… replacement. Contributions by aspiring judges are common. In addition to Alabama, in New York, one appointee and his wife gave $60,000 to the campaign of G …"

"… Geyh. Once appointed, incumbents are “almost undefeatable later on.” Alabama Justice Main stood for election in 2012 unopposed. Main said money had no …"

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"… him from threats. William G. Ross, a Samford University law professor in Alabama who specializes in judicial ethics, said it’s not easy for the courts to …"

"… 11th Circuit Judge Robert Vance was killed by a mail bomb delivered to his Alabama home. The U.S. Marshals Service provides security for all federal judges, …"

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"… ear. While plausible, Dan Backer — the conservative attorney who helped Alabama businessman Shaun McCutcheon bring the campaign finance lawsuit that now b …"

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"… e the aquifer that feeds their drinking water. In southeastern states from Alabama to Virginia, residents fear a cluster of coal-powered plants will impact t …"

"… x states his group represents — Georgia, North Carolina, South Carolina, Alabama, Virginia and Tennessee — ranks high in terms of adverse health effects …"

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"… hallenges in South Dakota. Latino children are faring especially poorly in Alabama, Rhode Island and Nevada. West Virginia and Mississippi showed the worst r …"

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"… t the Manuel H. Johnson Center for Political Economy at Troy University in Alabama. Billionaire industrialists David and Charles Koch may rank among the nat …"

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