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Gov’s Chief of Staff Speaks Openly About Events Surrounding Unusual and Historic Transition of Power at BCA’s Pathways to Policy Summit

MONTGOMERY, Ala. – Governor Kay Ivey’s chief of staff today gave Business Council of Alabama Pathways to Policy committee members an insider’s look at events on April 10 when Ivey became Alabama’s 54th governor. Chief of Staff Steve Pelham said although then-Lt. Gov. Ivey had a transition plan because Governor …

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Legislature Gets Its Second Wind

The chairmen of the agenda-setting House and Senate rules committees at today’s Business Council of Alabama’s Tuesday morning briefing outlined some of the important bills remaining in the 2017 legislative session that will be at the halfway point this week. Senate Rules Committee Chairman Jabo Waggoner, R-Vestavia Hills, and House …

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BCA Welcomes New Board Members, Canadian Consul, Mobile Mayor, and U.S. Rep. Roby

MONTGOMERY, Ala. (Feb. 21, 2017) – The Business Council of Alabama on Tuesday conducted its winter board of directors meeting and welcomed 21 new board of directors’ members who heard remarks by Louise Blais, consul general of Canada in Atlanta, Mobile Mayor Sandy Stimpson, who is a past BCA chairman, …

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House Speaker Opens 2017 Business Council of Alabama Legislative Briefings

House Speaker Mac McCutcheon began his first full legislative session as speaker at today’s Business Council of Alabama’s Governmental Affairs Committee that schedules meetings each Tuesday morning during regular legislative sessions. Today’s meeting was sponsored by Alabama Power Co. Alabama Power Vice President for Governmental Affairs Alexia Borden unveiled the …

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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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