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This week’s editions of BCA’s Capital and Washington Briefings have been published. (3/16/15-3/20/15)

The Capital Briefing is a weekly digest of action taken on legislation of interest to business and is published weekly during regular and special sessions of the Alabama Legislature. It includes a summary of remarks made by speakers at BCA’s Governmental Affairs Committee meetings and often features video interviews with …

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BCA Member to Increase Huntsville Employment by 50 Percent

Membership Spotlight Business Council of Alabama member Torch Technologies of Huntsville plans to increase employment by 50 percent as part of a $10 million expansion in the Rocket City. orch Technologies said Friday it will hire 150 new people over the next several years and add to the 300 currently employed …

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Governor Honors BCA Members With Trade Excellence Awards

Membership Spotlight Governor Robert Bentley has honored five Business Council of Alabama members with Trade Excellence Awards for their Alabama-made product exports and services to customers worldwide. The homegrown BCA members are Applied Chemical Technology Inc., Florence; Drummond Co., Vestavia Hills; Knox Kershaw Inc., Montgomery; Schwarze Industries Inc., Huntsville; and …

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Ninety-four year old CPA Firm JamisonMoneyFarmer Opens Downtown Birmingham Office

Membership Spotlight Alabama’s seventh-largest Certified Public Accounting firm that has offices in Tuscaloosa and Selma has opened a Birmingham office in the Wells Fargo Tower. JamisonMoneyFarmer PC, whose executive board Chairman Carl T. Jamison was the 2013 Business Council of Alabama chairman, has expanded to the central downtown business district …

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House and Senate General Fund Budget Chairs Say All Scenarios Are on Table

Speaking today to the Business Council of Alabama’s Governmental Affairs Committee, the chairmen of the House and Senate General Fund budget committees said all revenue and cost-cutting measures are on the table to help the Legislature deal with an ailing general government budget for next fiscal year. “As usual it’s …

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Innovator Liability Theory Bills Pass House and Senate

The House and Senate today overwhelmingly passed Business Council of Alabama-backed bills that will clarify state law and prohibit damages against an original manufacturer if a product that it did not design and which was made and sold by a different company causes an injury. The House voted 88-7 to …

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Alabama BEST Champion to Visit White House

The 2014 Best of the Best Robotics Team Award recipient that was recognized by the Business Council of Alabama in February has been invited to participate in the White House Presidential Science Fair in Washington, D.C., on March 23. The Wetumpka High School BEST Robotics Team, representing Friends of BEST …

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This week’s editions of BCA’s Capital and Washington Briefings have been published. (3/9/15-3/13/15)

The Capital Briefing is a weekly digest of action taken on legislation of interest to business and is published weekly during regular and special sessions of the Alabama Legislature. It includes a summary of remarks made by speakers at BCA’s Governmental Affairs Committee meetings and often features video interviews with …

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Episode 11: Two Minute Tuesday with Senate Pro Tem Del Marsh

Episode 11: Two Minute Tuesday with Senate Pro Tem Del Marsh – Senate President pro temper Del Marsh, R-Anniston, speaks to Dan Beyerle with the BCA about charter school and dual enrollment legislation. Listen Now   Subscribe in another RSS reader

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Department of Labor to Host Seminar on Fair Labor Standards Act

The Alabama Department of Labor and the U.S. Department of Labor have scheduled a training seminar in Montgomery on March 19 on proper employee classification and the Fair Labor Standards Act. The seminar is scheduled from 9 a.m. to noon in the Capitol Auditorium. Registration begins at 8:30 a.m. The …

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