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Daily Headlines, Monday, 10/18/2010

7:05 AM ET, 10/18/2010

Montgomery Advertiser‘Tort Reform’ no an issue for Bentley, Sparks

Montgomery AdvertiserQ&A with Steve Searcy, director of the One Place Family Justice Center

Montgomery AdvertiserRants and Raves: Alum donates $1.1 million to AUM

Huntsville TimesResults of student seat belt study to be discussed

Huntsville TimesCharges fly between McGill, Barron in District 8 state senate race

Huntsville TimesBingo woes shut down paradise for McGregor

Huntsville TimesAfter unfavorable Supreme Court ruling, city shifts attention to jail subcontractors

Huntsville TimesTaylor accuses opponent of bungling campaign finance report in House race

Huntsville TimesBOB NICHOLSON: Celebrating freedom with our Muslim neighbors

Huntsville TimesEditorial: Choosing among candidates

Birmingham NewsTop 400 charities see billions less in donations, Chronicle of Philanthropy to report

Birmingham NewsTerri Sewell or Don Chamberlain will make history in Alabama 7th Congressional District race

Birmingham NewsThe race for Alabama governor: Sparks, Bentley views similar on environment (with videos)

Birmingham NewsArchibald: Out with the old, in with … the old

Birmingham NewsRobert Bentley campaign leaned on AEA to defeat Bradley Byrne

Press-RegisterAuburn’s oyster farming research finds new importance after oil spill

Press-RegisterKen Feinberg: Hiring people to answer oil spill claims questions ‘under advisement’

Press-RegisterBaldwin County voters deciding three local amendments

Press-RegisterEditorial: The South’s not perfect, but it’s no clunker

Press-RegisterFrances Coleman: Bottom line is, the stadium board should resign

Press-RegisterInsight: Picking up the pieces on the Gulf Coast

Press-RegisterInsight: Is democracy for sale in Alabama?

Press-RegisterEditorial: Drinking study offers good, bad news

Press-RegisterEditorial: Watershed plan deserves a fair hearing

Tuscaloosa NewsCity Council president considered a groundbreaker

Tuscaloosa NewsEDITORIAL: Northport should seek public input

Florence TimesDailyCandidates agree job creation No. 1 issue

Florence TimesDailyHow fully does Brooks embrace tea party faction?

Anniston StarGet tough on bullying: U.S. must change this culture

Anniston StarSee the results

Anniston StarWhat we need to hear

Decatur Daily Sparks, Bentley: We need special session

Gadsden TimesMeans, Williams vying for state senate seat

Gadsden TimesVoter registration deadline for Nov. 2 election is Oct. 22

Associated PressIndicted Ala. senator objects to recording talks

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