Alabama’s state government operates on a four-year cycle known as a “quadrennium.” Each quadrennium begins with the election of the governor and 140 members of the Legislature, all of whom serve four-year terms. Their main job under Alabama law is to “plan and finance the services which they determine the state will provide for citizens.” In the recent election Republicans…
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