Michael Hubbard, Alabama House Speaker, Is Convicted on 12 Felony Ethics Charges — The New York Times

Michael G. Hubbard, the speaker of the Alabama House of Representatives, whose sharp-elbowed approach to politics propelled the Republican Party to dominance in his state, was convicted Friday on 12 felony ethics charges, leaving him stripped of power and facing the possibility of decades in prison. The verdict, at the end of Mr. Hubbard’s trial…

via Michael Hubbard, Alabama House Speaker, Is Convicted on 12 Felony Ethics Charges — The New York Times

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