TUSCALOOSA, AL (WBRC) - Tuscaloosa's legislative delegation has expressed optimism for some proposals for the coming year, but their plans could face a tough battle.
A priority is keeping Bryce Mental Hospital and its jobs in Tuscaloosa.
That may be a problem because of declining tax revenue.
The State Department of Mental Health and the University of Alabama still have not worked out a deal to buy the property.
The legislative session begins January 12th.
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