John Wahl: A Victory for Conservatives in Our Local Libraries

On Thursday (May 16th), Chairman of the Alabama Republican Party and member of the Alabama Public Library Serve Board John Wahl reported to ALCAP President Greg Davis on Priority Talk Radio about a victory for those who believe in protecting minors from inappropriate and obscene materials in Alabama Public Libraries. Earlier that day, there was…

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Melea Stephens on Pornography in Alabama

On Wednesday (May 8th), ALCAP President Greg Davis welcomed Melea Stephens (LPC, MMFT) onto his Priority Talk Radio show. Stephens, a Licensed Counselor with Wellspring Christian Clinic and a Board Member for the National Center on Sexual Exploitation, discussed the details of a Porn Filter Bill* in the Alabama Legislative Session and the pressing issue…

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Weekly Legislative News Update

*Update* Gambling Legalization Attempt Fails on Final Day of Session *Status: On the final day of the 2024 Legislative Session, there was a push for gambling to come up for a Senate vote up until the very end. The Educational Trust Fund Budget was used in an apparent final attempt to leverage a vote. These…

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Greg Davis at Bill Signing for Clergy Sex Abuse Law

On Wednesday (May 8th), ALCAP President Greg Davis was honored to be present as Gov. Kay Ivey signed the Clergy Sex Abuse Bill into Law with the bill’s sponsors: State Rep. Leigh Hulsey and State Sen. Rodger Smitherman. This law now makes it unlawful for clergy in a position of trust or authority over a…

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Bishop James Lowe and Chaplains in School

ALCAP President Greg Davis recently conversed with Bishop James Lowe, Senior Pastor of The Guiding Light Church, on his radio show Priority Talk. Bishop Lowe shared his powerful testimony of God working in his life despite extreme hardships, and then they discussed an important bill that is close to becoming law as we near the…

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A Gambling Vote Falls 1 Short in Senate

*Status: On Tuesday (April 30th), the gambling Conference Committee produced two bills (HB151 & HB152). Shortly afterwards, the House easily passed those bills. Later on that same night, the Senate voted and the bills failed by 1 vote (20 “Yes” votes to 15 “No” votes; 21 was needed to pass). The Senate could vote again…

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