Statements

May 30, 2019

Governor Ivey Makes Statement After Final Passage of HB380

MONTGOMERY – The Alabama Legislature on Thursday passed House Bill 380, which reforms the Alabama Board of Pardons and Paroles. This legislation was sponsored by Rep. Connie Rowe and Sen. Cam Ward. Following the Alabama Legislature’s passage of HB380, Governor Ivey released the following statement: “Too many lives were lost
May 20, 2019

Governor Ivey Issues Statement Following Shooting of Auburn Police Officers

MONTGOMERY – Governor Kay Ivey on Monday issued the following statement regarding the incident in Auburn, which fatally wounded one officer and injured two other officers: “Just last week, in Alabama and across the country, we honored the sacrifice of the men and women in law enforcement during National Peace
May 16, 2019

Governor Ivey Issues Statement on Michael Brandon Samra Execution

MONTGOMERY – Michael Brandon Samra has been executed for participating in the 1997 quadruple murder of Randy Duke, Dedra Mims Hunt and the six and seven-year-old daughters, Chelisa and Chelsea. After being notified that Mr. Samra’s sentence had been carried out, Governor Kay Ivey released the following statement: “For more
May 16, 2019

Governor Ivey Praises Marsh, Senate for Passing Constitutional Amendment Revamping State Board of Education

MONTGOMERY – The Alabama State Senate on Thursday passed SB397. This bill, sponsored by Sen. Del Marsh, would change Alabama’s current elected State Board of Education to a Commission appointed by the governor and confirmed by the Alabama State Senate, if passed by the Legislature and approved by the people
May 16, 2019

Governor Ivey Makes Statement Following Prison Reform Update from Legislative Leadership

MONTGOMERY – Alabama Legislative Leadership on Thursday held a press conference to give an update on the status of prison reform measures in the state. Following the update from Legislative Leadership, Governor Kay Ivey released the following statement: “I very much appreciate the long hours and hard work the Alabama
Governor Ivey Issues Statement After Signing the Alabama Human Life Protection Act
May 15, 2019

Governor Ivey Issues Statement After Signing the Alabama Human Life Protection Act

MONTGOMERY – Governor Kay Ivey on Wednesday signed into law the Alabama Human Life Protection Act, after both houses of the Alabama Legislature passed HB314. Upon signing the bill, Governor Ivey released the following statement: “Today, I signed into law the Alabama Human Life Protection Act, a bill that was
May 9, 2019

Governor Ivey Makes Statement on Bill Regarding State Board of Education

MONTGOMERY – Governor Kay Ivey on Thursday delivered a letter to the State Board of Education, regarding a bill being filed by Sen. Del Marsh in the Alabama Legislature today. The bill would change the state’s current elected State Board of Education to a Commission appointed by the governor and
April 17, 2019

Governor Ivey Makes Statement Following President Trump’s Approval of Major Disaster Declaration

MONTGOMERY – President Donald J. Trump on Wednesday granted a Major Disaster Declaration for the state of Alabama triggering the release of federal funds to help communities recover from the severe storms, straight-line winds, tornadoes and flooding that occurred February 19 to March 20, 2019. PA-Designated Counties include: Cherokee Colbert
April 12, 2019

Governor Ivey Releases Statement on Stay of Execution for Death Row Inmate Christopher Lee Price

MONTGOMERY – Governor Kay Ivey released the following statement following the granting of a stay of execution for death row inmate Christopher Lee Price: “This evening, the state of Alabama witnessed a miscarriage of justice. Just days before Christmas in 1991, Christopher Lee Price brutally took the life of Pastor
March 27, 2019

Governor Ivey Issues Statement on Death of State Representative Dimitri Polizos

MONTGOMERY – Governor Kay Ivey on Wednesday released a statement on the passing of state Representative Dimitri Polizos. “Representative Polizos was a man of honor and distinction. He was first and foremost a proud family man and member of his community. He was a successful small business owner who believed