Alabama Not Airing 'Arthur' Episode With Same-Sex Wedding The episode sees teacher Mr. Ratburn marry his partner, a man named Patrick. Alabama Public Television programming director Mike McKenzie says..
Alabama Not Airing 'Arthur' Episode With Same-Sex Wedding The episode sees teacher Mr. Ratburn
marry his partner, a man named Patrick. Alabama Public Television programming director Mike McKenzie says..
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A Methodist church in Alabama is screening an episode of the PBS children's show "Arthur" that has been shunned by Alabama Public Television for featuring a same-sex wedding. FOXNews.com - Published Also reported by •Seattle Times
During the Third Hour Today show on Tuesday, the network broadcast seized on left-wing outrage over Alabama Public Television deciding not to air an episode of the PBS children’s cartoon Arthur.. CNSNews.com - Published
BIRMINGHAM, Ala. (AP) — Alabama Public Television has chosen not to air an episode of the PBS children’s show “Arthur” because it included a same-sex wedding. The episode “Mr. Ratburn and the.. Seattle Times - Published
HBO is set to air a documentary on the life of Bryan Stevenson, an Alabama public interest attorney who has led a fight against inequality for African Americans in the U.S.’s criminal justice.. The Wrap - Published
Cory Watson Attorneys, a personal injury law firm based in Birmingham, Ala., gave away 150 free bicycle helmets to children at Read and Romp Birmingham.
BIRMINGHAM, Ala. (PRWEB) October 10,.. PRWeb - Published
The Alabama Public Service Commission approved the addition of area code 659 to western central Alabama. The new area code will exist alongside and cover the same geographic area as the 205 area code... bizjournals - Published
Public school officials in Alabama are looking to put God back into their schools through displays of the U.S. motto “In God We Trust” -- but critics are speaking out against the move, calling it.. FOXNews.com - Published
MONTGOMERY, Ala. (AP) — Montgomery’s first charter school won’t open next year after a judge rules it didn’t receive enough votes for its application. The Alabama Education Association sued.. Seattle Times - Published