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U.S. Representative Roby Praises President Trump’s Plan for Afghanistan

U.S. Rep. Martha Roby today addressed the Montgomery Area Chamber of Commerce’s Eggs & Issues breakfast as part of the congressional August recess that gives members of Congress the opportunity to travel their districts and listen to constituents and update them on their activities. Rep. Roby, R-Montgomery, discussed President Trump’s …

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Alabama Couple-Owned Business is Finalist for National Chamber Award

Husband-and-wife PROJECTXYZ owners President Larry Lewis, left, and company majority owner and CEO Kimberly Lewis, are growing their Huntsville business. (Contributed) Business Council of Alabama member PROJECTXYZ in Huntsville is one of 17 national finalists for the U.S. Chamber of Commerce’s Dream Big Small Business of the Year Award sponsored …

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Alabama Engineering Company Takes to the Sky but Remains Down-to-Earth in Its Goals

CDG Engineers & Associates Survey Coordinator Josh O’Ferrell, left, and President Mark Pugh, perform pre-flight checks before beginning aerial mapping with a drone. (Contributed) At the heart of engineering projects is accurate data collection, but gathering data has come a long way since a young George Washington hauled a surveying …

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Byrne Introduces Save Local Business Act

U.S. Rep. Bradley Byrne has introduced legislation that would reverse an extreme joint employer regulation and protect American jobs and their creation. Rep. Byrne, R-Fairhope, introduced the Save Local Business Act that has bipartisan support from 29 co-sponsors. “Federal labor policies should be focused on benefiting workers and helping small businesses …

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Slimmed-Down Health Insurance Bill Stalls

There’s skinny latte and skinny jeans and skinny ties and now there is what they’re calling skinny Obamacare with the Senate trying but failing to pass skinny health insurance, which looks now to be an impossible campaign promise – ending the 2010 government-mandated health insurance law. After seven years of …

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Gov. Ivey Announces New Education Initiative Preparing Students for Future Success

At the business incubator Innovation Depot in Birmingham on Wednesday, Governor Kay Ivey announced a new education initiative called “Strong Start, Strong Finish.” The “Strong Start, Strong Finish” education initiative will focus on early childhood education, computer science in middle school and high school, and workforce preparedness, Governor Ivey said. …

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BCA Chairman Coleman Named a Top Army Civilian Aide

Acting Secretary of Army Robert M. Speer, left, presents BCA Chairman Jeff Coleman with his flag of office as Civilian Aide to the Secretary of the Army for Alabama (South) (U.S. Army photo) Business Council of Alabama Chairman Jeff Coleman of Dothan has been named Civilian Aide to the Secretary …

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Made in Alabama – Trump Inspects Alabama-Made Truck

A made in Alabama bucket truck made by Business Council of Alabama member Altec was displayed at the White House this week and inspected by President Donald Trump. On Monday, Trump declared this week “Made in America” week as products from all 50 states were showcased as part of “Made in …

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Newly Merged Huntsville Tech Company is Just Warming Up

Ignite President and CEO Jason Shelton (Contributed) Huntsville is one of those places with businesses that attract brainpower, expertise, and competency. Either that or it’s one of those cities with brainpower, expertise, and competency that attract and create business opportunities. That’s the case with Ignite Fueling Innovation, or Ignite, a …

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New Senate Health Bill Will Challenge Leaders, White House

The new Senate health insurance bill released Thursday would keep taxes on the federal taxpayers who currently pay the most but would cut two other taxes in the Obamacare law. The Senate bill will allow insurers to sell low-cost, limited plans, but it would fail to totally repeal Obamacare as Republicans …

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