API Senior Fellow Rachel Blackmon Bryars and WTKI Radio host Fred Holland talked Friday about Rep. John Rogers’ recent grisly comments about the Alabama Human Life Protection Act and whether or not there is a groundswell of support for ending abortion in Alabama.

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API Sr. Fellow Rachel Blackmon Bryars appeared on Mobile’s 1410 AM 94.5 FM LA Catholic Morning radio show to discuss how Alabamians can help low-income students who are stuck in low-performing schools by redirecting some of their income tax liability to a program that funds scholarships. It costs nothing but a few minutes and is […]

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