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Kate Smith
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Senator Tuberville passes on questioning Dr. Fauci; compares him to NFL superstar

Senator Tuberville passes on questioning Dr. Fauci; compares him to NFL superstar

By HUNTSVILLE, Ala. (WAFF) - On Thursday, Senator Tommy Tuberville thanked Dr. Anthony Fauci and a panel of health experts for their work during the pandemic. He even went as far as comparing Doctor Fauci to NFL star, Tom Brady. This praise comes just one day after the senator told reporters he was unhappy with the vaccine rollout. Senator Tuberville told 48 News Wednesday he was ready to ask Doctor Fauci questions focusing strictly on our state and getting more vaccines to Alabamians. But when it was his turn to speak during Thursday’s hearing, he offered praise, advice, and ended with no...

Mar 19
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Alabama lawn mowing man, Rodney Smith Jr., fighting to stay in the U.S.

Alabama lawn mowing man, Rodney Smith Jr., fighting to stay in the U.S.

Rodney Smith Jr. mows lawns for free across the country By HUNTSVILLE, Ala. (WAFF) - An Alabama resident who dedicated his life to helping Americans all over the country could face deportation. Rodney Smith Jr., who lives in Huntsville, is known around the country for providing free lawn care service. Rodney was just denied a green card. Smith has been in the country for almost 15 years on an education visa. He finished his master’s degree in 2018 and recently applied for a green card to be able to stay in the country but it was denied by U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services. Smith...

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Mississippi to remove state flag, the last to display the Confederate battle emblem

Mississippi to remove state flag, the last to display the Confederate battle emblem

The Mississippi state legislature voted on Sunday to replace its state flag, the last in the nation to display the Confederate battle emblem. The removal of the flag marks the latest to topple in the weeks following as activists have called for a reexamination of the racism that exists in all corners of society. The bill passed by a vote of 91-23 in the House and 37-14 in the Senate. The bill now goes to the desk of Governor Tate Reeves, who on Saturday morning said he would sign the legislation into law, reversing resistance to a legislature-led change to the flag. Mississippians will vote...

June 28, 2020
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