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Business Council of Alabama Endorses U.S. Rep. Roby

The Business Council of Alabama on Thursday endorsed U.S. Rep. Martha Roby in her 2016 reelection bid. Roby was endorsed at the headquarters of Coleman World Group in Midland City by company President and CEO Jeffrey F. Coleman, and BCA President and CEO William Canary. Coleman is the BCA’s First …

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Forbes Says Alabama’s Torch Technologies is “Best”

Forbes has recognized Business Council of Alabama member Torch Technologies of Huntsville as one of America’s Best Small Companies. Torch Technologies was the only Alabama company to make the inaugural ranking, which includes 25 firms that “have chosen to be great, instead of big,” Forbes reported. “At most companies, proposals …

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BCA And Hospital Association Partner to Educate Legislators on Medicaid/RCO Implementation

The Business Council of Alabama partnered with the Alabama Hospital Association on Tuesday to explain Medicaid’s important role in economic development, job creation, quality of life, and to explain a new regional delivery system. Medicaid is a joint state-federal health insurance plan for low-income children, pregnant women, the elderly, and …

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It’s Time to Urge Lawmakers to Invest in Alabama Roads and Bridges

Now that the five public hearings on Alabama’s transportation needs are history the next step in upgrading Alabama’s roads and bridges is to urge legislators to enhance the investment in our surface lifelines for commerce. Nothing is more important to Alabama than infrastructure, which is directly linked to our safety, …

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Quick Action On BCA Legislative Agenda Items is Vowed By Speaker Mike Hubbard Who Receives Business Champion Award

House Speaker Mike Hubbard said today that three Business Council of Alabama-supported pro-business legislative items will get swift House action in the 2016 regular session that began today in Montgomery. The BCA’s 2016 agenda includes support for HB 36, the Small Business Act sponsored by Rep. Kyle South, R-Fayette, HB …

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BCA Endorses U.S. Rep. Martha Roby

The Business Council of Alabama on Thursday endorsed U.S. Rep. Martha Roby in her 2016 reelection bid. Roby, R-Montgomery, represents Alabama’s Second Congressional District that encompasses Southeast Alabama from two counties north of Montgomery to Dothan and the Wiregrass to west of Evergreen. The district includes major U.S. military bases …

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Second School Choice Rally Draws Hundreds of Students, Parents, Educators, and Business Leaders

National School Choice Week observed today at the Alabama Capitol drew students, parents, educators, and business leaders for a lively and informative assembly. The Alabama School Choice Coalition rally included student cheerleaders and dance music to help observe National School Choice Week that was supported by the Business Council of …

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Senate Democrats Block Repeal of EPA Power Grab

U.S. Senate Democrats killed a procedural attempt to override President Obama’s veto of a measure to disapprove the Environmental Protection Agency’s unilateral expansion of its regulatory authority over small waterways, even those on private property. The Senate voted 52-40 in favor of a cloture petition that would have allowed the …

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Blockbuster Lineup Announced for the 2016 Alabama Economic Growth Summit

Business Council of Alabama president and CEO William J. Canary is a scheduled panelist on the politics of the southern right-to-work movement during a jobs and economic development conference being sponsored by the BCA in Birmingham on Feb. 18-19. The 2016 Alabama Economic Growth Summit presented by Yellowhammer and the …

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Auburn University Senior to Intern at BCA

The Business Council of Alabama has named Auburn University political science student Abby Hodge as an intern at the BCA. “The BCA offers internships each year to select students as a way to expose them to the business and advocacy worlds,” said BCA President and CEO William J. Canary. Hodge …

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