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    Editorial: "Avoidable"

    Thursday, August 28 2014 7:20 PM EDT2014-08-28 23:20:08 GMT
    Earlier this week a child was critically injured after being struck by a vehicle at a busy intersection here in Montgomery. Reports are this child was attempting to cross four lanes of traffic after beingMore >>
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  • Editorial: "Viewer Feedback: "Disgrace"

    Editorial: "Viewer Feedback: "Disgrace"

    Tuesday, August 26 2014 7:20 PM EDT2014-08-26 23:20:07 GMT
    Our editorial last week focusing on the breakdowns at the Central Alabama Veterans Health Care System lead to the following feedback on wsfa.com and our WSFA 12 News station Facebook page…here is justMore >>
    Our editorial last week focusing on the breakdowns at the Central Alabama Veterans Health Care System lead to the following feedback on wsfa.com and our WSFA 12 News station Facebook page…here is just a sampling:More >>
  • Editorial: "Disgrace"

    Editorial: "Disgrace"

    Thursday, August 21 2014 7:20 PM EDT2014-08-21 23:20:04 GMT
    The Central Alabama Veterans Health Care System is broken. The revelations that have come to light this month alone boggle the mind and demand immediate action. Reports of thousands of manipulated andMore >>
    The Central Alabama Veterans Health Care System is broken. The revelations that have come to light this month alone boggle the mind and demand immediate action. Reports of thousands of manipulated andMore >>

MONTGOMERY, AL (WSFA) - Our "Census" editorial elicited this response from someone who emailed with the name Liberty Bell (e) : "At my house they will get only the required information – one adult male American, 2 adult female Americans.  In the past, the census was used to determine the number of congressmen each state could send to Washington, but today it only determines allocation of resources.  The additional information has more political usefulness than government usefulness." 

So far, 68% of Alabamians have returned their census forms, up from 66% two years ago, but below the national average of just under 72%. 

Our editorial "Cleaning Up" solicited this response from Bill: "Let's return "Alabama the Beautiful" to living up to its name. 

And legislators responded to our legislative scorecard editorial by passing legislation shoring up the state's prepaid college tuition plan, keeping the state's promise to pay tuition for 44,000 students.  And they will give voters a chance to decide whether or not to spend one billion dollars over the next 10 years from the state's oil and gas trust fund to build and repair roads and bridges in the state. 

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