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7 Things: Bill protecting IVF already filed and supported by Alabama Republicans; school choice opposition flames out; and more …

7. More information is out concerning the exit of legendary Alabama football broadcaster Eli Gold’s less-than-amicable exit, which doesn’t look good for Eli Gold.

6. After protests at the homes of Supreme Court justices, media members, and even the mayor of Decatur, the Alabama Legislature is attempting to forbid citizens from standing outside their homes and screaming at them.

5. The Alabama State Senate ignored Birmingham Mayor Randall Woodfin’s childish, simplistic, and buffoonish attempt to get college athletes to play football outside of Alabama and passed bans on divisive concepts in schools, stopping schools from letting students use the other gender’s bathroom, and reigns in some of the diversity, equity, and inclusion program in Alabama.

4. The media appears to be involved in yet another coverup for President Joe Biden that is reminiscent of the coverage of Hunter Biden’s laptop after CBS News fired Catherine Herridge and seized her documents involving her reporting on the Biden crime syndicate. This follows a solid week of a media narrative that says that because an informant lied to Congress about the Biden family, and is now being charged for it, there must be nothing wrong with Biden’s grifting family and the “Big Guy.”

3. U.S. Sen. Tommy Tuberville (R-Auburn) spoke at the Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) and continued to point out that he does not believe Ukraine can win its war with Russia and that the U.S. is somewhat culpable for the war by promising to expand NATO and build military bases on Russia’s doorstep.

2. School choice is flying through the State House but amendments have been made to the original CHOOSE Act to address budgetary concerns. While some suggest the $100 million allocated for this will gut public schools, there is a $370 million increase in education spending budgeted for this year which brings the total to $6.4 billion in state spending.

1. State Sen. Tim Melson (R-Florence) has introduced a bill to allow in vitro fertilization clinics to operate in the state of Alabama, not that they had to stop. The media and their Democrats will still attempt to make a lot of hay out of this, despite the quick fix, declaring IVF is more risky now and 3 clinics have now paused their procedures for no reason.

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Dale Jackson is a thought leader for Yellowhammer News and hosts a talk show from 5-9 a.m. weekdays on WVNN, Talk 99.5 and News Radio 1440 from 10-11 a.m., and on Talk Radio 103.9 FM/730AM WUMP from 6 to 7 p.m.

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