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Alabama, according to 2015 Census data released earlier this year, is now the 24th largest state in the nation with 4.86 million residents.
Alabama is growing thanks to migration. Many states are not.
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348 people were killed across the South on April 27, 2011. 252 of those people were killed in Alabama alone.
April 27, 2011, was one of the deadliest tornado outbreaks in U.S. history. 348 people were killed across the South - 252 in Alabama alone.
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Well I'm glad your gone fuck off. Roll Tide ! 
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66 percent of responders to an AL.com poll taken last week said they would no longer shop at +Target unless its transgender policy was changed. What do you think of the new policy?
A Christian organization said it has collected more than 515,000 signatures of people saying they will boycott Target over its policy to allow transgender people to use their restroom of their choice.
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The moon will hit its fullest point just after midnight on Friday, April 22, but it may appear to be full on Thursday night.
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Cuts to Medicaid would hinder pediatricians across the state from providing care not only to the 500,000 children on the program but to all children in the state, according to the Alabama Chapter-American Academy of Pediatrics.
Hundreds of doctors' offices will be forced to stop taking Medicaid and lay off staff if Alabama lawmakers refuse to fully fund the health care program, a group of Alabama pediatricians say.
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Lets be very clear on this. Alabama politicians really dont care much what happens to kids to old people or to the disabled. Alabama politicians are generally much more concerned with feathering their own nests.

Unfortunately as you will see with just a cursory reading of this papers readers comments many of the very people being hurt the most by these leaders drcisions are some of the strongest sipporters of these leaders.

Thank God i am gone from Alabama.

I plan never to live there again.
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"The religious exemption law is unfortunate. It does not protect the kids; it allows for these type of day cares to open up without any restrictions." -Capt. David White
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On April 17, a mid-level solar flare erupted on the right side of the sun. The flare was officially M-class, which NASA defines as "moderate." M-class flares are only a tenth the size of the most powerful X-class flares, and this one caused only brief radio blackouts on Earth.
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The x flares can wreak all types of havoc.
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See if you can get them all!
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His Purple Majesty was a brilliant musician and an electric performer. The song was Purple Rain, but his musical career was a Purple Reign. Rest in peace, Prince.
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Bentley fired Collier last month after he said an internal investigation and ALEA turned up possible misuse of state funds.
Former ALEA Secretary Spencer Collier filed a lawsuit today against the governor and others, alleging wrongful termination and defamation.
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"In reality, they almost become family over time because we literally have some people who eat in here every day, some twice per day."
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Never been there. Could you mail me some?
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In its rankings, Business Insider was looking for schools that had relatively low rankings on the  U.S. News and World Report's ranking of the best universities and liberal arts colleges but high mid-career salaries.
Alabama is home to some outstanding universities but there are two – at least according to a recent ranking – that are even better than advertised.
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