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Any regrets? Governor Bentley weighs in on the last 12 months

MONTGOMERY, Ala. (WIAT) — In a Friday sit-down interview inside the Governor’s Office, Alabama Governor Robert Bentley shared his personal feelings about the scandal and also pointed out some of the highlights of his administration. 555 more words

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State Auditor’s examination of Bentley to be a public meeting

MONTGOMERY, Ala. (WIAT) — The State Auditor’s meeting to receive documents from Gov. Robert Bentley and take his testimony under oath will now reportedly be a public meeting. 383 more words

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Alabama rep asks poor to let in the Death Angel

When asked about folks possibly dying from lack of access if we fail to maintain a Medicaid system that meets federal requirements:

“We all die sometime,” Trip Pittman (R-Montrose) said.  

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State leaders send Gov. Bentley legislation to review & demands for information

MONTGOMERY, Ala. (WIAT) — On the same week when state lawmakers were sending a final education budget to the governor to sign, other state leaders were sending written demands for information related to the scandal. 452 more words

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State representative sends letter to Governor Bentley about "Wanda's desk"

MONTGOMERY, Ala. (WIAT) — On Thursday, State Representative Johnny Mack Morrow sent an official letter to Governor Robert Bentley about the allegations he has faced regarding his relationship with Rebekah Mason. 137 more words

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Gov. Bentley responds to lawsuit filed by former ALEA secretary

MONTGOMERY, Ala. (WIAT) — Former Secretary of the Alabama Law Enforcement Agency, Spencer Collier, has filed a civil lawsuit against Governor Robert Bentley, his former Chief Political Advisor, Rebekah Mason, current Secretary of ALEA Stan Stabler, ACEGOV, RCM Communications, and Bentley for Governor Inc. 941 more words

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Franklin Graham visits state capitol on nationwide prayer tour

MONTGOMERY, Ala. (WIAT) — Thousands of people gathered at the State Capitol to hear famed evangelist Franklin Graham speak Thursday afternoon.

Organizers estimate that a crowd of 6,800 people gathered near the steps of the Alabama State Capitol Thursday afternoon to hear the message of Pastor Franklin Graham. 156 more words

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