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Alabama farmers look to replace migrants with prisoners

MIAMI — Alabama farmers have proposed using prisoners to work their fields to replace migrants who fled the state after it passed the country’s harshest anti-immigration law, officials said Tuesday. The Alabama Department of Agriculture and Industry officials met Tuesday in Mobile with farmers to discuss their proposal, a spokeswoman…

The entertaining political ads I watched while in Alabama

(I was visiting the in-laws over a long weekend.) Ben Smith at Politico remarked at the entertaining campaign ads airing in Alabama. Alabama Republicans have, for reasons that I don’t understand but which I hope a reader will explain, produced a raft of strange and memorable television ads this cycle.…

Alabama Supremes uphold criminalization of sex toy sales; store owner will continue to sell them

No local dildo-buying for you, Alabamians — you have to point and click to order online (guess the courts haven’t quite figured how to stop that bit of business). The Alabama Supreme Court on Friday upheld the state’s ban on the sale of sex toys, but Love Stuff, the Hoover…

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