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Siegelman Appeal


Former Alabama Governor Don Siegelman is filing a new appeal to the U.S. Supreme Court regarding his 2006 federal government corruption conviction. It suggests Siegelman  was "convicted of things that are not crimes."  Siegelman's Attorney says the appeal questions whether a campaign contribution can be used for a bribe. The former governor has served nine months of a more than seven-year federal prison sentence. He is currently free on bond.

How do you feel about Alabama's new immigration law?  A new poll suggests most Alabamians think parts of it are too strict! Our Max Reiss will explain. 

And, with the Super Bowl just days away, many fans will be loading up on chicken wings. We'll tell you what that means to the state's poultry economy.

Join us for these stories plus weather and sports tonight at five and six on WSFA 12 News. 

See ya then,

Valorie Lawson


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