SB 253 is a free-market approach to build high-speed internet
Representative David Standridge Comments on Ethics Commission's Decision Regarding Governor Bentley
Speaker appoints Rep. David Standridge to Agenda-setting Rules Committee
Bridge to Get Repairs Needed For Re-Opening
Shedd Asks Governor for Hay Transportation Assistance
Calls for Governor Robert Bentley to retract and apologize for hurtful statement about Alabama's Teachers and Students
Will help advise TVA on managing agency's reservoir operations
Rep. Randall Shedd to Chair the Interim Committee
SENATOR SCOFIELD ANNOUNCES PARTICIPATION AS A COMMISSIONER IN THE FIRST-EVER SIMULATED CONVENTION OF STATES
Chairs the Alabama Delegation
Marshall County Lawmakers Spearhead Effort to Protect State Parks
Rep. Randall Shedd Says the facility is critical to first respondersa and local governments in north Alabama
Bi-partisan effort to remove Governor Robert Bentley
Government-owned Broadband Is A Risky Project
A Constitutional Amendment proposed by State Senator Clay would insure that revenues generated by Alabama State Parks would be kept in the parks system.
Rep. Standridge looks forward to legislation in upcoming session to move rural Alabama forward.
Senator Clay Scofield named one of 10 outstanding Auburn Alumni
Wants to be cautious in making further changes to the state's pension system.
Proposal by Senators Scofield, Dial & Rep. Wilcox would mirror automobile tags program
"Solving the General Fund problem is a daunting task, but I believe if we set priorities in line with the thinking of the people of Alabama, we can solve the problem."
Representative Randall Shedd explains why he voted against unearmarking state funds.
Rep. Standridge concerned about Alabama Law Enforcement Agency plans to single out rural Alabama for office closings
Governor Robert Bentley Announces Special Session Will Start July 13th
State Rep. Randall Shedd Appointed to Study Commission for Public Pension Reform
HB 41 by Rep. Standridge signed by the governor.
"It's Time to get rid of the earmarks crippling Alabama's budgets", - Rep. Will Ainsworth
Public Accounts and Joint Transportation
County's delegation gets legislative committee appointments
Joins Marshall County Legislative Delegation
Friday, Nov. 7th, Albertville Courthouse
November 5th, Marshall County Courthouse
Jeannie Courington appointed to the Alabama Small Business Commission
Alabama Coalition Against Domestic Violence Presents Award of Distinction
New Biking Trails Coming to Lake Guntersville State Park
Alabama's First Lady tours Cathedral Caverns and Guntersville State Park on April 16,2014.
Scofield gains seat on the Alabama Senate Confirmations Committee, a powerful committee which deals with nominations and appointments by the governor
"After a lot of prayerful consideration.....I have decided to step back from public service at this time to focus more on raising our two children and focusing on our family."
Legislature Overides Governor's Executive Amendment on final day of Session.
Marshall County legislators say that soon-to-be issued school bonds are a huge opportunity for the county’s school systems to address construction needs.
Senate Bill 141, sponsored by Clay Scofield (R-Red Hill), is named Kelley’s Law after a Marshall County woman
The Christian Coalition Of Alabama Names Kerry Rich As Their Legislator of the Year
Long says House agenda for 2013 Session reflects legislative priorities
Mitchem represented Marshall County for 36 years in the Alabama Legislature.
Freshman Senator tapped for position on influential committee
Presents nation's first tourism fiction award for to Guntersville writer, Kathryn Lang
New Solar Powered Streetlights in the Spotlight
As Chairman of the Senate Tourism and Marketing Committee, Senator Clay Scofield presents nation's first tourism fiction award and makes appeal to other writers
Congress can force any mandate on the people and simply call it a tax.
Three sections of the Arizona law were included in H.B. 56. Ruling will impact Alabama.
Long says Bill will save considerable money in the education budget without raising taxes or forcing payroll cuts while keeping fall break and extending the summer vacation.
Governor Bentley has signed Scofield and Long's Tort Reform Bill
Long says bill passed by the House removes the matter of legislative compensation from the hands of lawmakers
Monday, April 9th at 5:00 pm, Guntersville Town Hall
Rep. Long summarizes important achievements
Delegation declines pay increase
"I cannot serve this area if I do not lead by example."
Scofield releases statement
Bill to incentivize teacher certificatoin clears House committee
Committee oversees nuclear energy activites and hazardous waste and chemical toxic waste disposal.
The Alabama Civil Justice Reform Committee recognizes Marshall County Legislators for their work on Tort Reform
Legislative delegation secures funding to help ease court load by utilizing volunteers to mediate in child custody cases.
Marshall County Legislators Credit Immigration Law with Declining Unemployment in County
News Release from the Alabama House Majority Caucus
Policy changes address extenuating circumstances regarding the PEEHIP issue.
A new web-based system is available to verify residency requirements under Alabama's immigration law.
Amicus Curiae Brief filed with federal court
Freshmen legislators recognized by Business Council of Alabama
The Alabama Legislature has passed a law addressing illegal immigration. Some call it the toughest law in the country.
Scofield's Agri-tourism Bill will help state's largest industries - Agriculture and Tourism
The "Made in Alabama" Job Incentives Act, will use innovative tax incentives to recruit international companies to Alabama.
HB 251 Sponsored by Representative Wes Long will help protect jobs and foster future economic development
The Tennessee Valley Legislative Caucus discussed the threat of invasive species of aquatic plants in the Lake Guntersville Reservoir.
This legislation will allow Yellow Perch to be raised and processed in our state.
Majority delivers on promised reforms ten days into Regular Session.
Representative Wes Long brings a bill to protect a fetus against a mother’s use of drugs one step closer to law.
A bill banning elective abortions starting at 20 weeks gets overwhelming support.
the House advanced a bill that would require registered voters to present government-issued photo identification if they want to cast a ballot on Election Day in 2014.
District 26 State Representative Kerry Rich has been named Assistant Majority Whip in the Alabama House of Representatives.
Enterprise State Community College Grows Alabama Aviation College Footprint.
Ivey Makes Two Appointments to Workforce Investment Board; Focus on Creating Jobs
Rep. Wes Long Reveives Appointment to Joint Legislative Committee on Parks
Marshall County legislators believe Alabama now has some of the strongest ethics laws in the country.