“We dare defend our rights.”

Thanks to Alabama Amendment 774, otherwise known as the “Alabama Sanctity of Marriage Amendment,” which passed at an 81 percent approval rating in 2006, same-sex marriages cannot be performed by a state official and recognized out-of-state by the government.

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Obamacare woes extend to Alabamians

As of Oct. 1 the Health Insurance Marketplace has been opened to assist citizens in signing up for new health coverage and to help make sense of the law itself. However many are still puzzled about what the law means, especially in the state of Alabama.

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