Alabama State football player honored by lawmakers

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CLEARED A COMMITTEE FOR THE FIRST TIME. THE BILL STATES DIFFERENCES IN PAY SHOULD INSTEAD BE BASED ON FACTORS LIKE A MERIT SYSTEM, A SENIORITY SYSTEM… AND QUALITY OF PRODUCTION. ALABAMA AND MISSISSIPPI ARE THE ONLY TWO STATES WITHOUT EQUAL PAY LAWS. 3 ALABAMA STATE UNIVERSITY’S FIRST, FIRST ROUND N-F-L DRAFT PICK TYTUS HOWARD FROM MONROEVILLE– WAS HONORED BY LAWMAKERS TODAY. HE PLAYED HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL AT MONROE COUNTY HIGH. THE OFFENSIVE TACKLE IS NOW HEADED TO PLAY FOR THE HOUSTON TEXANS. LAWMAKERS PRESENTED HIM WITH A RESOLUTION THIS AFTERNOON IN MONTGOMERY. 3 “To be the first person to come down is truly a blessing, I have to thank God and my family and just CONTINUE TO BE WHO I AM” 3 LIKE WE SAID – HOWARD WAS A STUDENT AT ALABAMA STATE UNIVERSITY. 3 A SCHOOL IN HUNSTVILLE IS

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