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Watch: Capitol Journal – December 9, 2022

If you missed Alabama Public Television’s Capital Journal over the weekend, you can catch up now.

  • Todd talked to Lt. Gov. Will Ainsworth about recommendations for changes to the economic incentives the state can offer companies it’s trying to lure to the state. Ainsworth oversaw a committee this year that examined the impact of those incentives, which expire next year, and other initiatives to make Alabama more attractive to new business.
  • Ainsworth also talked a bit about what to expect in the 2023 legislative session and education needs.
  • Helena Duncan, the new president and CEO of the Business Council of Alabama, talked about her new role at one of the state’s biggest special interest groups.
  • Sonny Brasfield, executive director of the Association of County Commissions of Alabama, talked about the group’s recent conference and legislative priorities.
  • Robert McGhee and Arthur Mothershed of the Poarch Band of Creek Indians discussed the recent documentary, “The Forgotten Creeks,” which can be watched on APT’s website. They also discussed the possibility of gambling legislation in 2023.
  • Watch all this and more on Capitol Journal below.

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