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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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BCA Member Participates in ‘Smart and Safe’ Prescription Drug Awareness Effort

Business Council of Alabama board of directors’ member Denson Henry participated Wednesday in a multi-industry public awareness campaign about the dangers and costs of prescription drug abuse in the workplace, at home, and in society. Henry, vice president of Henry Brick Co. in Selma, and co-chair of the BCA’s Health …

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Legislature Continues Transportation Infrastructure Meetings

The Greater Shelby County Chamber of Commerce will host the next Alabama Legislature’s Joint Transportation Committee infrastructure meeting on Tuesday, Jan. 19, in Montevallo. The regional meeting will be held at American Village, 3727 Highway 119 from 10 a.m. until noon. The first of five planned regional meetings was held …

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Winner of SEC Championship Tickets Speaks About “Small Business Game Changer” Opportunity

CK Business Solutions PC of Albertville was the winner of two tickets to the SEC Championship Game in Atlanta as part of the Business Council of Alabama’s “Small Business Game Changer” contest. The Business Council of Alabama sat down with CK Business Solutions, a business and consulting and CPA firm …

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BCA Supports Big Oak Ranch Children Homes

The Business Council of Alabama’s annual holiday tradition includes supporting a charitable organization that serves the people of Alabama and contributes to the overall wellness of the state. Instead of producing and mailing holiday cards to thousands of BCA members, the BCA’s year-end tradition is to use what the cards …

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Lawsuit on Behalf of Monkey Tops Poll of Year’s Most Ridiculous Lawsuits

WASHINGTON, D.C. — An animal rights group suing on behalf of a monkey for the copyright ownership of his “selfies” tops the U.S. Chamber Institute for Legal Reform’s (ILR) survey of the “Top Ten Most Ridiculous Lawsuits of 2015,” announced today. Along with the list, ILR also released a highlight …

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This week’s edition of BCA’s Washington Briefing has been published. (1/4/16-1/8/16)

HOUSE SENDS OBAMACARE REPEAL TO PRESIDENT WHO IMMEDIATELY VETOS IT – The U.S. House sent President Obama a bill to repeal Obamacare but Obama vetoed it today… Published weekly when Congress in session, the Washington Briefing is your link to the halls of Congress for the most current information that affects Alabama businesses …

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Five Regional Transportation Infrastructure Hearings Planned in January

The Alabama Legislature’s Joint Transportation Committee will partner with local business and community leaders to hold five regional meetings in January to gather information on Alabama’s infrastructure needs in order to maintain safe, quality roads and bridges. The meetings are scheduled as follows with all meetings beginning at 10:00 a.m. …

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