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Arise Daily News Digest 5-4-2016

ARISE LEGISLATIVE UPDATE - It's time for Alabama to get real and stop the Medicaid cuts.

AL.COM - With time running out, BP settlement bill stalls in Senate.

AL.COM - Baldwin official: Removal of wall around governor's house 'not about politics'.

AL.COM - Judge rules that Alabama death row inmate is competent to be executed May 12.

AL.COM - Will Leni's Law become law? Medical marijuana bill under review by Gov. Robert Bentley.

AL.COM - Fate of Gov. Robert Bentley's prison plan going down to the wire.

AL.COM - Legislature passes bill to research hemp as cash crop.

AL.COM - 35,000 off Alabama's food stamp rolls due to new work requirements.

AL.COM – Columnist Clete Wetli: Conservatives pretend that 35,000 Alabamians are just lazy moochers.

AL.COM - 'What if it was your child?' Oxford mother of transgendered teen speaks out.

AL.COM - How Alabama lawmakers slowed Fort Morgan's incorporation push.

AL.COM – Columnist John Archibald: Bentley scandal: Legislators hit wall in pursuit of 'Wanda's desk'.

AL.COM - UTC Aerospace Systems bringing 260 jobs to southwest Alabama.

AL.COM – Contributor Lane Galbraith: My life as a transgender man, Christian and Alabamian.

ALABAMA POLITICAL REPORTER - Bentley’s Reelection Party Turns Into Hunt for Tapes

ALABAMA POLITICAL REPORTER - Contributor Henry Mabry: How Can Alabama Address Its Medicaid Crisis?

YELLOWHAMMER NEWS - Who’s Next? Meet the people who will be running Alabama in a few years.

YELLOWHAMMER NEWS - Alabamians ranked among the most charitable people in the country.

SENATE SKETCHES - “Senate Sketches,” Sen. Hank Sanders’ weekly message to his constituents.

EDUCATION MATTERS - Larry Lee: Alabama Just Tip Of A Big, Big Iceberg

DECATUR DAILY - Lawmakers discuss tying higher ed funding to performance markers.

ANNISTON STAR - OVC leaders vote to move softball tournament from Oxford over bathroom law.

ANNISTON STAR - Oxford City Council to discuss repealing bathroom law.

ANNISTON STAR - The Anniston Star: GOP voters are buying Donald Trump's message.

ANNISTON STAR - Ten Commandments bill gets nod from Alabama House committee.

MONTGOMERY ADVERTISER - BP, Medicaid bill dies in road funding fight.

MONTGOMERY ADVERTISER - As prison construction advances, new reform efforts slow.

MONTGOMERY ADVERTISER - Prison construction bill heads into final stretch.

WASHINGTON POST - Trump becomes de facto GOP nominee as Cruz exits after crushing Indiana loss.

WASHINGTON POST - Anti-Trump Republicans confront a dilemma: Are they ready to help elect Clinton?

WASHINGTON POST - Trump promises to obliterate Clinton’s record.

WASHINGTON POST - Researchers: Medical errors now third leading cause of death in United States.

WASHINGTON POST - Contributor Eliot Cohen: Trump’s impending nomination means it’s time for a third candidate.

WASHINGTON POST - Columnist Robert Samuelson: Our massive, stubborn tax gap.

NEW YORK TIMES - Donald Trump’s Victory Has Some in G.O.P. Agonizing — or Bolting

NEW YORK TIMESThe New York Times: It’s Donald Trump’s Party Now

HUMAN RIGHTS CAMPAIGN - Anti-LGBT Bill in Alabama “Dies” in House Rules Committee

BIRMINGHAM BUSINESS JOURNAL - Alabama one of the worst states for working moms.

HUFFINGTON POST - The Poor Are Getting Poorer

ROLLING STONE - 'Worse Than the Tea Party': 'Confederate Spring' Ushers in Wave of Hate

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