Montgomery, AL -- January 24, 2014 -- The Alabama Civil Justice Reform Committee has announced it’s support of Attorney General Luther Strange in his bid for re-election. “Attorney General Luther Strange has maintained the respect and integrity of the Office of Attorney General,” said Tom Dart, Chairman of the Alabama Civil Justice Reform Committee. “He has been a strong voice for fairness and properly recognizes the constitutional separation of powers. We wholeheartedly support his reelection,” said Dart.
“As Attorney General, I’ve worked with groups like ACJRC to make Alabama a welcoming place to do business,” said Strange. “They have been a strong leader in the push for fairness in Alabama’s civil justice system, and I am grateful for their support.”
ACJRC is an association of Alabama’s leading businesses and corporations working together for civil justice and legal reform. Organized in 1985, they have consistently been a strong voice for tort reform in the Alabama legislature and an advocate for an open and transparent legal system.
Fox 6 News caught up with Attorney General Luther Strange yesterday at Alabama Republican Party headquarters where he was qualifying to run for re-election.
Birmingham, AL -- January 13, 2014 —Attorney General Luther Strange today filed candidate paperwork and paid the accompanying fee to the Alabama Republican Party, officially qualifying him as a candidate for Alabama Attorney General. Strange filed his paperwork and paid the accompanying fee to the Alabama Republican Party, officially qualifying him as a candidate. In his first term, Strange has tackled tough issues like Obamacare, religious freedom, and the 2nd Amendment, and today he renewed his commitment to fight for Alabama for another four years.
In his first term as the state's chief law enforcement officer, Strange has worked to combat crime and ensure our communities are safe for our children and all our citizens. He has worked with the legislature to pass measures to improve school safety, strengthen laws against elder abuse, and enhance consumer protections. Strange has also made it a priority to clean up public corruption in Alabama having prosecuted multiple cases of ethics violations since taking office. “I work for the people of Alabama, and it is my job to make sure laws are being followed by the citizens and those they elect to serve,” said Strange.
While Strange is pleased with what he has accomplished in his first term, he says there is still a lot of work to be done. “Our most basic freedoms are currently under attack from a federal government that has gotten out of control, and as Attorney General I’ve fought back against these assaults on our liberty. This country was built on the rule of law, and I took an oath to uphold the US Constitution and laws passed by the state of Alabama,” Strange said. "Whether it is the Obama administration’s attempted takeover of our country’s health care system, overly burdensome regulations from the EPA, or infringements on our right to live our lives in accordance with our religious beliefs, I have put the full power of my office into protecting Alabama's citizens," continued Strange. "Now more than ever, as Washington continues to force its way into our lives and our economy, I am dedicated to protect every Alabama citizen and every Alabama business, so that our state and its economy can continue to prosper."
The primary election is set for June 3, 2014. For more information visit www.lutherstrange.com.
As a country, we are beginning to feel the devastating effects of Obamacare--rising health care costs, job loss and people losing their current insurance plans. Obamacare is one of the most egregious assaults on liberty this country has ever seen and I am committed to doing everything in my power to fight and repeal it.
Luther Strange has joined 16 other states in opposing the Obama administration in a Supreme Court case challenging the constitutionality of appointments to the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB). President Obama violated the Constitution when he appointed three members to the National Labor Relations Board without approval from the Senate.