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School Choice Week 2017 in Alabama Features Testimonials and a Challenge

Photos by Robert Fouts – online at photofouts.com MONTGOMERY, Ala. – Alabama’s National School Choice Week celebration was held indoors for the first time in Montgomery on Friday, and while the venue protected a lot of toes and fingers from a chilling wind, it still allowed school choice energy to flow from …

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Senator Shelby gets Committee Assignments

U.S. Senator Richard Shelby, R-Ala., has been named chairman of the U.S. Senate Committee on Rules and Administration in the 115th Congress. In addition to serving as the Rules Committee Chairman, Sen. Shelby will be the most senior Republican member on the Senate Committee on Banking, Housing, and Urban Affairs, …

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Governor Offers Suggestions to Fix ObamaCare

Governor Robert Bentley has responded to a congressional request to recommend changes to the Affordable Care Act in an effort to improve quality and affordability in health insurance markets and in Medicaid. Bentley wrote House Majority Leader Kevin McCarthy, R-Calif., and copied U.S. Sens. Richard Shelby and Jeff Sessions, U.S. …

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Gadsden Olive Oil Store Award Winner Took a Leap of Faith

From left: Business Council of Alabama President and CEO William J. Canary; BCA 2016 Chairman Tommy Lee, president and CEO of Vulcan Inc. in Foley; King’s Olive Oil partner TC Morgan; King’s Olive Oil owner Tena King; Morri Yancey, president, Lake Guntersville Chamber of Commerce; Heather Brothers New, president of …

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Congressman Byrne Named Chairman of Subcommittee on Workforce Protections

House Education and the Workforce Committee Chairwoman Virginia Foxx, R-N.C., announced that U.S. Rep. Bradley Byrne, R-Fairhope, will serve as chairman of the Subcommittee on Workforce Protections. The Subcommittee on Workforce Protections has jurisdiction over worker wages and hours, workers’ compensation, the Migrant and Seasonal Agricultural Worker Protection Act, the …

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U.S. Senator Sessions Withstands Grilling Over AG Nomination

Alabama U.S. Sen. Jeff Sessions withstood shouting protesters and unseemly grilling by liberal Democrats during Senate Judiciary Committee hearing on his selection by President-elect Donald Trump as U.S. Attorney General. “You know who I am. You know what I believe in. You know that I am a man of my …

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Sessions’ Chief of Staff Tapped for White House Position

Rick Dearborn, seated on the couch with his left hand raised, will serve as Deputy Chief of Staff in President-elect Donald Trump’s White House. President-elect Donald Trump announced a key appointment Wednesday to his White House staff. Trump said U.S. Sen. Jeff Sessions’ Chief of Staff Rick Dearborn will serve …

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69-Year-Old Law Firm is Recognized as a Small Business of the Year

Henry H. Hutchinson, third from right, Managing Director of Capell & Howard LLC, receives the Small Business of the Year Award at the BCA-CCAA annual meeting in Birmingham. From left are William J. Canary, president and CEO, Business Council of Alabama; 2016 BCA Chairman Tommy Lee, president and CEO Vulcan …

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Lifelong Family Love of Music Leads to Award-Winning Business

From Left: William J. Canary, president and CEO, Business Council of Alabama; BCA board of directors member Jo Bonner, vice chancellor for economic development for The University of Alabama System; Spicer’s Music co-founder Corey Spicer; Spicer’s Music co-founder Tom Spicer; Lolly Steiner, president, Auburn Chamber of Commerce; 2016 BCA Chairman …

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Manufacturers Outline How to Compete and Win

Boldly looking into a future that promises a business renaissance, the National Association of Manufacturers is setting a new agenda that will overcome many of the policy decisions of the last eight years that have been extraordinarily difficult for manufacturers. “It’s up to us to #BeTheSolution. After all, it was …

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