Faced with growing budget pressures, the State of Alabama must find ways to reduce spending while maintaining or improving services.
Alabama’s expansion of state government budgets and regulations must be controlled. Through statutory restraint, state government power can be automatically controlled.
With many low-income students and families trapped in failing public schools, Alabama families need more educational options.
In 1990, 352,000 (9%) Alabamians received Medicaid assistance. By 2011, that number had risen to 1,070,781 (21.2%) with approximately 31.5% eligible.
The State of Alabama on citizen’s rights from the life to gun ownership must be delineated, ensured, and reinforced.