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Topic - Scott Beason
Seven candidates are running in the GOP primary. How they answered questions on why voters should pick them on June 3 and who currently in Congress best exemplifies their style and views:
Members of a legislative committee have shot down a bill to let people carry loaded handguns in their cars without a concealed carry permit.
The Alabama Senate is trying to expand gun rights in Alabama by allowing more motorists to carry loaded pistols in their vehicles.
Recent editorials from Alabama newspapers:
Supporters of a bill to extend gun rights in Alabama will have to wait until next week to see if they can muster enough votes to pass it in the state Senate.
Common Core opponents scored a victory Wednesday when a legislative committee voted to allow local school systems to opt out of the curriculum standards, but their triumph could be short-lived.
A legislative committee will hold a public hearing Tuesday morning on a proposal to let local school systems opt out of the Common Core curriculum standards.
After efforts to repeal Common Core fell flat, a state senator on Tuesday urged lawmakers to let local school systems opt out of the education standards.
People would be able to carry loaded pistols in their vehicles without a concealed carry permit, under a proposal pending in the Alabama Legislature.
A state senator who has sought to repeal the Common Core school standards says he now wants to give local schools system the ability to opt out of them
People would be able to carry loaded pistols in their cars without a concealed-carry permit under a bill proposed in the Alabama Senate.
A state legislator is seeking a Senate floor showdown on his proposal to repeal the Common Core curriculum standards, an issue that has divided the state's Republicans and sparked passionate debate over what the standards mean for Alabama classrooms.
State Sen. Scott Beason is making another run for Alabama's 6th District congressional seat, adding a high-profile tea party name to a large GOP field.
Former Republican U.S. Rep. Parker Griffith of Huntsville rejoined the Democratic Party and entered the race for governor minutes before Friday's deadline.
Republican Sen. Scott Beason of Gardendale won't seek another term in the Alabama Legislature.
"I've tried taking the bull by the horns. I've led by example. I've been bold. I've fought those fights that the people of Alabama want us to fight," Beason said.
What he says: "I've tried taking the bull by the horns. I've led by example. I've been bold. I've fought those fights that the people of Alabama want us to fight and I'll do the exact same thing in Washington."