Feb 28, 2020
We’re joined by Rep. Chip Brown of Mobile, who discusses House passage of Aniah’s Law, his bill which would grant judges more discretion in denying bail to those accused of violent felonies. It’s named after murder victim Aniah Blanchard and her mother, Angela Harris, also joins us. We also talk with Sen. Cam Ward of Alabaster about committee approval of his bill that would shorten the death penalty appeals process. And we preview some of the high-profile races on Tuesday’s primary election ballots with Dr. Natalie Davis, political science professor emerita at Birmingham Southern College.