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Highlights and recaps from Alabama's Morning News with JT, weekdays 6-9 a.m.

Highlights and recaps from Alabama's Morning News with JT, weekdays 6-9 a.m.

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United States

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Highlights and recaps from Alabama's Morning News with JT, weekdays 6-9 a.m.

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English


Episodes

Kirby Farris 051922

5/19/2022
Attorney Kirby Farris discusses a case in California trying to strike down a law that says any major company should have at lease one female on their board of directors.

Duration:00:04:55

Michael Bower 051922

5/19/2022
IHeart Radio National Correspondent Michael Bower discusses the Department of Homeland Security telling everyone to be prepared for violence in advance of the Supreme Court Ruling on Roe vs. Wade.

Duration:00:04:50

Jose Holguin Veras 051922

5/19/2022
Supply Chain Expert Jose Holguin Veras explains why there are so many supply chain issues and gives his prediction on when things will return back to normal.

Duration:00:04:58

Jeff Monosso 051922

5/19/2022
Fox News Radio's Jeff Monosso discusses the case of a former Minneapolis police officer pleading guilty to manslaughter in the death of George Floyd

Duration:00:05:08

Jon Decker 051922

5/19/2022
Gray Media White House Correspondent Jon Decker discusses Finland and Sweden applying for NATO membership.

Duration:00:05:52

Douglas Blair 051922

5/19/2022
Douglas Blair, News Producer and Podcast Host, The Daily Signal, talks about how some pediatricians are on board with confusing kids about gender identity.

Duration:00:05:56

Eileen Kerlin Walsh 051922

5/19/2022
Estate Planning Attorney Eileen Kerlin Walsh duscusses whether Gen Xer's are really ready for retirement.

Duration:00:05:36

Alexandra Hudson 051922

5/19/2022
Commentator for Young Voices, Alexandra Hudson, talks about the US trying to reset their relationship with the oil rich UAE.

Duration:00:06:30

Rory Oneill 051922

5/19/2022
IHeart Radio National Correspondent Rory Oneill has the latest on Ukraine as well as a new study that says Americans are more stressed than ever about money

Duration:00:04:44

Happenins in the Ham 051922

5/19/2022
Russell and Amber from Happenins in the Ham join us to give details about events going on in Birmingham this weekend.

Duration:00:04:11

Beth Davis-BCRFA Bow Up

5/19/2022
Beth Davis from the Breast Cancer Research Foundation of Alabama joins us to talk about a fundraiser event going on this weekend.

Duration:00:04:18

Ty West 051822

5/18/2022
Ty West from the Birmingham Business Journal discusses the moving of Space Command to Huntsville as well as the airport in Huntsville receiving approval to land space planes.

Duration:00:04:49

Dr. Brian Christine 051822

5/18/2022
State Senate candidate Dr. Brian Christine weighs in on some of the issues important to voters on the heels of the March 24th Primary.

Duration:00:09:03

John Malcolm 051822

5/18/2022
John Malcolm, YP Institute for Constitutional Government, Director of the Meese Center for Legal and Judicial Studies, discusses protestors going to the homes of Supreme Court justices to protest.

Duration:00:06:24

Jay Ratliff 051822

5/18/2022
Jay Ratliff from daytradefund.com discusses new information in a China East airline crash as well as the current free fall of Cryptocurrencies as investors continue to panic.

Duration:00:05:13

Michael Bower051822

5/18/2022
IHeart Radio National Correspondent Michael Bower talks about the Primaries from yesterday and what President Biden had to say when he visited Buffalo yesterday.

Duration:00:07:00

Mike Durant 051822

5/18/2022
Senate Candidate Mike Durant discusses some of the top issues on the minds of voters on the heels of the Republican Primary next week.

Duration:00:11:54

Rory Oneill 051822

5/18/2022
IHeart Radio National Correspondent Rory Oneill has the latest on the situation between Russia and Ukraine as well as taking a look at a survey from US News and World Reports listing the 25 best places to live.

Duration:00:05:13

Erica Jedynak 051722

5/17/2022
Director of Economic Opportunity for the Stand Together Chamber of Commerce and a new mother dealing with the current baby formula shortage, Erica Jedynak, how the worsening shortages and inflation are hurting struggling families.

Duration:00:06:08

Sarah Parshall Perry 051722

5/17/2022
Sarah Parshall Perry, Senior Legal Fellow, Meese Center at the Heritage Institute discusses a Supreme Court case where the court denied damages for "emotional distress" in a Civil Rights case.

Duration:00:05:23