Saturday, April 29, 2017

Alabama House passes monument preservation bill after heated debate

Via Bill

After a prolonged and heated debate, the Alabama House voted Thursday to pass a bill that makes it tougher to remove monuments and historically significant structures from public property.

The Alabama Memorial Preservation Act would make the removal of any monuments on public land subject to approval by the Committee on Alabama Monument Protection, a body that the bill would create. The bill passed the House by a vote of 72-29 after nearly three hours of debate.

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  1. On the subject of Alabama and Judge Roy Moore, here is a good piece from It seems the wicked never sleep. indyjonesouthere

    1. Thanks and damn, just damn.

  2. Considering the travesties taking place in Louisiana, this is a wise idea.

  3. They ought to make it impossible. What's even the point of putting up a monument if CongressCritters just elect a new citizenry every 50 yrs which then knocks them all down?

    Monuments are put up to last, to endure.