J. Pepper Bryars: Like Chilton County’s peach trees, Alabama’s occupational license laws need regular pruning

Jul 11, 2019

Motorists who travel I-65 between Birmingham and Montgomery during summertime often enjoy the tradition of stopping in Clanton for a freshly-picked basket of Chilton County’s famous peaches. There’s something special about that part of Alabama, a Goldilocks zone that produces those thick, juicy, tasty treats. Not too cold. Not too hot. Just right. Well, that […]

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