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Brevard County Sheriff Calls Out Anti-Second Amendment Extremists

Brevard County Sheriff Wayne Ivey Florida – -(AmmoLand.com)- Second Amendment supporters will recall that in the wake of the Parkland school shooting in 2018, then-Broward County Sheriff Scott Israel immediately moved to blame the NRA, all the while covering up how his office botched numerous calls involving the shooter. The “Cowards of Broward” were rightly derided then, and Ammoland even called out then-gubernatorial candidate Andrew Gillum for defending them. So, the comments by Brevard Co...
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Alabama is lifting its mask mandate on Friday as Governor Ivey encouraged residents to still voluntarily wear them

Ivey is also known for signing the nation's strictest abortion ban into law. Brynn Anderson/AP Alabama Governor Kay Ivey says the state's mask mandate will end on Friday. She said people should still wear masks to help prevent the spread of COVID-19. She called the new phase "Safer Apart," and said it would include "slimmed down" restrictions. See more stories on Insider's business page. Alabama Governor Kay Ivey has confirmed that the state's mask mandate would end on Frid...
Tags: Politics, Science, News, Montana, Masks, Alabama, Trends, Speed, Greg Gianforte, Ivey, Scott Harris, Brynn Anderson, Kay Ivey, Kelly McLaughlin, Coronavirus, COVID-19


Ivey: Biden Request Will Not Change Mask Mandate End

A spokeswoman for Alabama Gov. Kay Ivey says the state’s mask mandate will end April 9 despite the president’s request for states to reinstate them.
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Investigations of workplace harassment or sexism claims have intensified under '#MeToo scrutiny' but that doesn't guarantee they're legitimate

Chesnot/Getty Images There is no one standard way to conduct a workplace investigation, experts told Insider. But generally, they must include an impartial investigator who interviews all parties involved, quickly secures all evidence and is able to reach "reasoned" conclusions. The focus on workplace investigations heightened amid the #MeToo movement, urging boards of directors to better screen their companies and nonprofits for issues. Visit the Business section of Insider for more stor...
Tags: Misogyny, Harassment, New York, News, Sexism, Trends, Workplace Culture, Investigations, Mlb, Pope, Andrew Cuomo, Justice Department, Cleveland Indians, McDonald, HuffPost, United Way


Poll Results: Florida Sheriffs Overwhelmingly SUPPORT Florida’s Church Carry Bill

Official Communication by Marion P. Hammer Unified Sportsmen of Florida Executive Director NRA Past President Poll Results: Florida Sheriffs Overwhelmingly SUPPORT Florida’s Church Carry Bill, istock Florida – -(AmmoLand.com)- SB-498 Church Carry by Sen. Joe Gruters and HB-259 Church Carry by Rep. Jayer Williamson & Rep. Cord Byrd have collectively been heard in five different Legislative Committee hearings in the Florida Senate and Florida House. In every hearing, these bills have been met...
Tags: Florida, Guns, Bill, Legislature, Marion, Brevard County, Tallahassee Florida, Ivey, Sheriffs, Church Security, Legislative Committee, Gun Rights News, Gun & Religion, Marion P. Hammer, Florida Senate, Wayne Ivey


Ala. governor extends mask mandate, but only so far

CNN Alabama’s statewide mask mandate to curb the coronavirus is being extended to April 9 — but it won’t be extended after that, Gov. Kay Ivey said Thursday. Ivey’s remark came as she announced that the state’s broader “Safer at Home” order, which includes the mask mandate and other measures, would be extended until the evening of April 9 instead of expiring Monday, as previously scheduled. Ivey said this will be the last time she’s extending the masking portion of the order. After April 9, Alab...
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Alabama Gov. Ivey lifts statewide Covid mask mandate beginning April 9

"Let me be abundantly clear, after April 9, I will not keep the mask order in effect," Alabama Gov. Kay Ivey said Thursday.
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Ivey keeping mask mandate in place another month, but no longer

Alabama Gov. Kay Ivey says face masks are required for another month, but after that she’s doing away with the mandate.
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Ivey to Announce Fate of Alabama Mask Order

Alabama Gov. Kay Ivey will announce whether she will extend, or lift, a mask order that has been in place since July.
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‘Not trying to be Gov. Memaw,’ Ivey says as mask mandate extended

Gov. Kay Ivey said Wednesday that she’s “not trying to be Governor Memaw” as she announced the extension of the state’s safer at home...
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Alabama governor on Hurricane Sally damage: 'It's really, really bad'

On Friday, Alabama governor Kay Ivey visited the coastal areas of the state impacted by the storm. "I'm sure it could be worse. But what I've seen this morning in the flyover, Gulf Shores and Orange Beach and Fort Morgan, it's really, really bad," Ivey said.
Tags: Alabama, Cnn, Gulf Shores, Fort Morgan, Ivey, Orange Beach, Kay Ivey


Alabama’s High Stakes Experiment: Reopening Universities as Virus Looms

The state is betting its robust student testing and technology program will be enough to hinder campus outbreaks, even as universities in other states abruptly close.
Tags: News, Education, Alabama, Science and Technology, University Of Alabama, Kay, Ivey, Colleges and Universities, Mobile Applications, Medicine and Health, Dormitories, Coronavirus (2019-nCoV, Coronavirus Reopenings


Alabama Is Reopening Universities Its Own Way. Now Comes the Test.

The state is betting its robust student testing and technology program will be enough to hinder campus outbreaks of the virus.
Tags: News, Education, Alabama, Science and Technology, University Of Alabama, Kay, Ivey, Colleges and Universities, Mobile Applications, Medicine and Health, Dormitories, Coronavirus (2019-nCoV, Coronavirus Reopenings


Top Poker Player Ratings of the Decade

Picking out the top poker players of all times isn’t an easy task. Every year many punters are taking part in the game and excelling in it. Hence, the list is just endless. Here are a few champions of the game of all time. Not only do these punters win but also inspire others.   1. Phil Helmuth Helmuth has managed to win 15 WSOP bracelets. As a matter of fact, he had collected more than $21.7 million until 2017 from the live game. The highest cash amount that he has won until now is $2.6 mil...
Tags: New York, Gambling, Poker, Canada, Jazz, Las Vegas, Hall of Fame, Moss, CHAN, Seidel, Ivey, Daniel Negreanu, WSOP, WSOP Circuit, Negreanu, Helmuth


Routine Beatings of Inmates in Alabama Prisons Go Ignored, U.S. Says

A report released by the Justice Department found that corrections officers frequently used excessive force and violated prisoners’ constitutional rights.
Tags: News, Alabama, Justice Department, Kay, Southern Poverty Law Center, Ivey, Prisons and Prisoners, Civil Rights and Liberties, Prison Guards and Corrections Officers, Eighth Amendment (US Constitution


Alabama Requiring Masks In Public As Coronavirus Cases Surge In State

MONTGOMERY, Ala. — Alabama will require masks in public after a surge of coronavirus cases filled hospitals. Gov. Kay Ivey’s office announced the rule Wednesday, a day after the state reported a high of 40 confirmed deaths. Officials say the mask requirement starts Thursday for people age 6 or older in public and within 6 feet (2 meters) of someone who is not a relative. There are exceptions, including for people with certain medical conditions, exercising and some work activities. Ivey previous...
Tags: News, Masks, Alabama, Montgomery Ala, Ivey, Kay Ivey, David Taintor, Coronavirus


USA Swimming sued under new California sexual abuse victims law

Debbie Denithorne was a Bay Area 11-year-old with Olympic aspirations in 1980 when Andy King approached her parents about coaching her. “I could be an elite swimmer, perhaps an Olympian,” Denithorne recalled King telling her parents. “This was wonderful news because I had dreamed of being an Olympian, and it legitimized that dream because Andy King had coached Olympians.” King would soon turn her Olympic dreams into a nightmare of alleged sexual abuse that continues to haunt her today, 40 years ...
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United States: Alabama COVID-19 Update: Governor Ivey Issues Relaxed Safer At Home Order; Birmingham Ordinance Requires Face Masks - Ogletree, Deakins, Nash, Smoak & Stewart

Alabamians are currently under a stay-at-home order that Governor Kay Ivey issued on April 4, 2020,which shut down all non-essential business. On April 28, 2020, Governor Ivey announced at a press conference that she approved a ...
Tags: News, Alabama, United States, Stewart, Ivey, Kay Ivey, Ogletree Deakins Nash Smoak


Most Churches Are Taking the Coronavirus Seriously

Pastors who ignore coronavirus restrictions grab headlines. But most are being very careful about worship during the pandemic.
Tags: News, Kay, Ivey, Shutdowns (Institutional, Quarantines, Churches (Buildings, Coronavirus (2019-nCoV


Just Women’s Sports: How Diana Taurasi torched the internet

The Southern California News Group is partnering with Just Women’s Sports for a weekly stories. Sign up for the JWS newsletter here. 1. Diana Taurasi is all the content you need Sue Bird, Megan Rapinoe, Diana Taurasi and Penny Taylor took to IG Live last weekend to discuss the 2020 draft, WNBA culture, playing abroad, and much, much more. And while the marathon chat featured plenty of highlights (as well as a healthy amount of drinking and swearing), it was Taurasi’s candidness that stole the ...
Tags: Oregon, Sports, Toronto, America, Los Angeles, Sport, Soccer, Connecticut, Gm, Diana, Ncaa, Memphis Grizzles, NHL, Notre Dame, Usc, WNBA


Reviewing action by (too few) Governors to reduce incarcerated populations in response to COVID crisis

I have been pleased to see a few Governors step up to deal with the COVID crisis created by crowded prisons and jails, but I continue to be disappointing that there are seemingly not that many chief executives being proactive in this space during these harrowing times.  I suspect and fear that I am here not providing a complete accounting of good gubernatorial actions, but I welcome comments or emails for supplementing this list: Alabama: "Ivey order allows for release of some county jail inmate...
Tags: New York, Law, Colorado, Kentucky, Alabama, Ohio, New Mexico, Illinois, Mike DeWine, Pritzker, Ivey, Douglas A Berman


Which states have done the least to contain coronavirus?

Some states are stubbornly defying expert advice to order residents to stay home – even as cases rise * Coronavirus – latest US updates * Coronavirus – latest global updates * See all our coronavirus coverageWhile most states in the US have ordered their citizens to stay home as they deal with the coronavirus outbreak, some are stubbornly defying expert advice – even as cases continue to rise.The urgent need for action was made clear on Thursday, when Dr Anthony Fauci, the government’s top in...
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Alabama Gov. Refuses To Issue Shelter In Place Order: ‘We Are Not California’

Alabama Gov. Kay Ivey (R) said during a new conference on Thursday that she would not issue a shelter in place order that 21 other states have enacted to prevent further spread of COVID-19. “Y’all, we are not Louisiana, we are not New York state, we are not California,” Ivey told a reporter who had asked about a potential order. “And right now is not the time to order people to shelter in place.” The governor asserted that businesses need to stay open to provide food, medical supplies and job...
Tags: New York, News, California, Alabama, Louisiana, Donald Trump, Ivey, Kay Ivey, Kay Ivey R, Cristina Cabrera, COVID-19, Social Distancing


Alabama Governor Pushes Sessions-Tuberville Runoff Election To July

Republicans will have to wait to rally behind a challenger to Sen. Doug Jones (D-AL), as Alabama Gov. Kay Ivey (R) pushed the March 31 Republican primary runoff election to July 14 amid the coronavirus outbreak. The runoff is between former Senator Jeff Sessions (R-AL) and former Auburn University football coach Tommy Tuberville, who finished in the top two spots after the March 3 primary. The governor’s postponement will also delay Republican runoffs for a couple of congressional seats. “Thi...
Tags: News, Alabama, Donald Trump, Jones, Trump, Roy Moore, Auburn University, Jeff Sessions, Ivey, Tuberville, Jeff Sessions R AL, Kay Ivey, Steve Marshall, Tommy Tuberville, Sen Doug Jones, Kate Riga


Alabama Executes Nathaniel Woods, Man Convicted in Killing of 3 Cops Who Were Shot By Someone Else

A man convicted in the 2004 killings of three police officers who were shot by another man was executed Thursday evening in Alabama. Inmate Nathaniel Woods, 43, was pronounced dead at 9:01 p.m. CST Thursday following a lethal injection at the state prison in Atmore, authorities said. The inmate had no last words before the chemicals began flowing. The execution came after the U.S. Supreme Court issued a temporary stay to consider last-minute appeals and then denied the inmate’s petitions. It als...
Tags: Crime, News, Supreme Court, Alabama, Jazz, Execution, Birmingham, Martin Luther King Jr, Jones, Woods, Marshall, State, Spencer, U S Supreme Court, Bennett, Owen


Supreme Court Halts Alabama Execution of Nathaniel Woods so It Can Review His Appeal

(ATMORE, Ala.) — Alabama was set to put to death an inmate Thursday evening for the 2004 slayings of three police officers shot by another man at a suspected drug house. The U.S. Supreme Court halted the execution plan at least temporarily to review his appeal. Nathaniel Woods, 43, was scheduled to receive a lethal injection at the state prison in Atmore, Alabama, unless the governor or courts ultimately intervene. In Washington, the Supreme Court announced it was staying the execution, w...
Tags: News, Supreme Court, Washington, Uncategorized, Alabama, Courts, Birmingham, Martin Luther King Jr, Jones, Woods, Marshall, State, Spencer, U S Supreme Court, Bennett, Owen


Despite prominent calls for clemency, Alabama completes execution of Nathaniel Woods

As reported in this local article, Nathaniel Woods "was executed Thursday evening on a 2005 conviction of being an accomplice to the murder of three police officers." Here is more about a case that had receive considerable attention prior to tonight's execution: Nathaniel Woods, 43, was pronounced dead at 9:01 p.m. after an execution that lasted 15 minutes.  The three Birmingham police officers — Charles Bennett; Carlos "Curly" Owen and Harley Chisholm III — were killed on June 17, 2004 with a ...
Tags: Law, Alabama, Green Bay Packers, Birmingham, Woods, Kim Kardashian West, Spencer, Ivey, Bart Starr, Charles Bennett, Douglas A Berman, Kay Ivey, Kerry Spencer, U S Sen Doug Jones, Nathaniel Woods, Carlos Curly Owen


Martin Luther King Jr.’s Son Asks Alabama to Stop Inmate’s Upcoming Execution

(MOBILE, Ala.) — The son of Martin Luther King, Jr. has called on Alabama’s governor to stop Thursday’s plan to execute an inmate for the 2004 killings of three police officers in which authorities say a co-defendant did the shooting. Nathaniel Woods, 43, is scheduled to receive a lethal injection Thursday evening at a south Alabama prison unless the governor or courts intervene. Family members of Woods also have urged the governor to halt the execution. Woods and co-defendant Kerry Spencer...
Tags: News, Uncategorized, Alabama, Birmingham, King, Martin Luther King Jr, Woods, Marshall, Spencer, U S Supreme Court, Nathaniel, 11th U S Circuit Court of Appeals, Ivey, Overnight, Onetime, Steve Marshall


Awkwafina to Star in Gambling Drama ‘Baccarat Machine’

Awkwafina is set to star in “The Baccarat Machine,” a gambling drama inspired by a Cigar Aficionado article by Michael Kaplan. The film, set up at SK Global, centers on Cheung Yin “Kelly” Sun and her unlikely partnership with poker player Phil Ivey. Sun amassing millions of dollars of winnings by teaming with Ivey and […]
Tags: News, Ivey, Michael Kaplan, Awkwafina, The Baccarat Machine, Star in Gambling Drama ` Baccarat Machine, Cheung Yin Kelly Sun, Phil Ivey Sun


Alabama gov breaks shoulder after being tripped by her dog

Alabama Gov. Kay Ivey fractured her shoulder after being tripped by the state's “first dog," her office said Wednesday. Ivey spokeswoman Gina Maiola said the governor is in an arm sling after being tripped by her mixed-breed dog named Missy. Ivey is scheduled to deliver Alabama's annual State of the State address Tuesday night to mark the opening of the legislative session.
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