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    Food for Thought: Restaurant inspection scores

    Food for Thought

    Friday, July 21 2017 12:11 AM EDT2017-07-21 04:11:40 GMT

    Dining out? Check out this week's food inspection scores.

    Montgomery county health inspectors visit restaurants every week. And every Thursday the 12 News Defenders bring you their findings. 

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  • Daycare Diligence: Questions parents should ask before enrolling their child

    Daycare Diligence: Questions parents should ask before enrolling their child

    Thursday, June 8 2017 11:54 AM EDT2017-06-08 15:54:09 GMT
    (Source: WBRC file video)(Source: WBRC file video)

    Alabama is one of seven states that allows religious child care centers to operate without license. A bill that would have ended the religious exemption for such facilities failed to pass the legislature. That means close to half of child care centers in Alabama remain uninspected by state officials for basic health and safety standards.

    Alabama is one of seven states that allows religious child care centers to operate without license. A bill that would have ended the religious exemption for such facilities failed to pass the legislature. That means close to half of child care centers in Alabama remain uninspected by state officials for basic health and safety standards.

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