Infrastructure, R&D, tech growth and workforce top BBA legislative priorities for upcoming year


Infrastructure, research and development tax credits, growth of technology companies, workforce development and the reauthorization of the Alabama Jobs Enhancement Act will be top priorities for the Birmingham Business Alliance (BBA) during the 2019 Alabama Legislative Session, which starts March 5.

“The Birmingham Business Alliance is an advocate for policies and issues that will promote job growth in the region,” said Greg Curran, vice chairman of public policy for the BBA and chairman of the firm at Maynard Cooper Gale. “As the lead economic development organization for the region, it is important to continually push for legislation that supports the BBA’s purpose of a better Birmingham, and we will always advocate for issues that will bring about more jobs and more capital investment.”

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