The Dale Jackson ShowPrep for December 13th, 2016…

  • 7:00 AM – 7 Things You Should Be Talking About Today
  • 7:20 AM – Alabama Board of Education member Mary Scott Hunter
  • 8:00 AM – Hate at 8!!
  • 8:20 AM – Dr. Waymon Burke
  • 9:00 AM – 7 Things You Should Be Talking About Today
  • 9:20 AM – Alabama Speaker of the House Mac MacCutcheon
  • 9:55 AM – “What in the World?” with WAAY-31’s Meredith Wood
  • 10:00 AM – Top 10 Tweets at Ten
  • 10:20 AM – All That’s Left’s Clete Wetli


Top sources says CIA may not be right…

Investigations for EVERYONE!


It’s Tillerson…

This is not going to be a slam dunk by any stretch…

Should of been Mitt Romney…


Maybe it was Russians, maybe it wasn’t, but that is not what this is about…


 

This story on gun owners and there cars blows me away…


Baby Jesus is super-offensive…


Media sad….


How much would Global Warming cost you…


Make sports terrible… First Kaepernick, now LeBron…

MLB wants in too…


This is silly…

The U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development says 2017 will bring fresh air to thousands of families across the nation. Starting January 1 public housing agencies will be required to provide a smoke-free environment for their residents.

The new smoke-free requirement is a rolling mandate that will give individual agencies 18 months to implement this new policy, however, word of the change is welcomed news for some who call this place home but others not so much.

“I’m happy about it that it’s good news,” said Patrica Watkins, Huntsville Public Housing resident.

Patricia Watkins has called this apartment home for the past ten years.

 

10 years?

“When I first moved here it smelled like total smoke. They painted over it but it still smelled like smoke,” said Watkins.

And that’s a big problem for this grandmother a breast cancer survivor, who’s now battling lung disease.

“I don’t like being around smoke, I never smoked,” said Watkins.

And HUD’s new mandate will now allow Patricia along with 9400,000 other residents nationwide to chance to breathe easier.

“I am mad about it,” said Maurice Davis, Huntsville Housing Authority visitor.

I spoke with several smokers who live here who aren’t so happy about this change, they wouldn’t go on camera but this young man did.

“It’s kind of heartbreaking, because how are y’all going to know if you aren’t there every step of the way. So how are they going to know they are smoking?,” said Davis.

That young man raises a question many of you want to know, how will housing agencies police the new rule.

But…


Here is some good news…

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