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Touts tough conservative record of draining the swamp in Montgomery
By Leada Gore
Alabama Sen. Luther Strange has signed on as a co-sponsor of bill that would make it easier for anyone to purchase a firearm silencer.
By Howard Koplowitz
U.S. Sen. Luther Strange, R-Ala., said Wednesday he supports President Trump's abrupt decision to fire FBI Director James Comey - a decision that was reached in part after U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions, Strange's predecessor, recommended Comey's termination.
By David Palmer
U.S. Sen. Luther Strange, during a visit to Cullman’s Strawberry Festival Saturday, said he is committed to repealing Obamacare.
Strange also announced his appointment to Agriculture Committee and spoke of the upcoming farm bill this year.
By Christy Riggins
On Friday, supporters of the Second Amendment will gather in Atlanta for the first annual Institute for Legislative Action leadership forum, hosted by the National Rifle Association (NRA). Alabama Senator Luther Strange will be among those addressing the crowd at the event.
By Michael Clark
WIAT 42 (CBS)
Senator Luther Strange is gearing up to join President Donald Trump in Atlanta to speak at a National Rifle Association event Friday.
By Elizabeth Lauten
U.S. Sen. Luther Strange made a stop in Anniston last week to tour the BAE Systems Forge Facility to learn more about the operation and how it contributes to national security, as well as to the local economy and job market.
By Mike Cason
Alabama Attorney General Luther Strange, who had previously told The Weekly Standard that he would run for Jeff Sessions' seat in the U.S. Senate, today made an official announcement.
"Following speculation about my intentions and in response to numerous media inquiries, today I am officially announcing my intention to seek the Senate seat left open by Jeff Sessions' nomination to be our nation's next attorney general," Strange said in a statement.