Alabama

The Infowars conspiracy theorist raged at the former president for recommending the Covid-19 vaccines.
“I don’t like it,” the woman was filmed saying of the Winnie the Pooh flag flying from a home in Birmingham, Alabama.
It all began during a hurricane briefing when the president showed a map that appeared edited to add Alabama to the storm path.
During a hurricane briefing, the president held up an out-of-date map that appeared hastily altered to add Alabama to the storm path.
The president incorrectly warned Alabama, then attacked a reporter who pointed it out.
Alvin Kennard, 58, from Alabama, has had his jail sentence reduced to time served.
A grand jury had previously concluded Marshae Jones intentionally caused the death of the foetus by initiating a fight.
Activists decry arrest of Marshae Jones: "This takes us to a new level of inhumanity."
Several Carbon Hill city council members and the local Baptist pastor have urged Mayor Mark Chambers to step down.
Anti-abortion activists who support the law don’t mind that it’s likely to be thrown out. In fact, they’re relying on it.
As the global outcry over Georgia, Ohio, Kentucky, Mississippi, and Alabama grows louder, we must not forget that women and LGBTQ+ face the same challenges in the UK and throughout Europe.
The US president said he is "very strongly pro-life" except in cases of rape, incest, and "serious health risk" to the mother.
This law is not compassion. It is cowardice. These politicians dishonour us all.
"We’re really facing a moment of regression on women’s access to basic rights."
Busy Philipps asked people to share their abortion stories using the hashtag #YouKnowMe
"I pray for all these women and young girls who suffer at the hands of this system.”
The Alabama state Senate just passed the US' strictest abortion ban, which criminalises nearly all abortions including in cases of rape and incest.
The bill, which will now go to the state governor's desk, would ban abortion in almost all cases.