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Legislators made steady, business-like progress throughout the week, and while medical marijuana and looming gambling issues have been reliable--and disruptive--hot-button issues in the years past, they did not disrupt the flow of work.
The administration of President Joe Biden announced Monday that it would institute a two-week period starting Wednesday during which only businesses with fewer than 20 employees will be able to apply for Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) loans.
Building on a month of strong results, the Biden-Harris Administration and the U.S. Small Business Administration are taking steps with the Paycheck Protection Program to further promote equitable relief for America’s mom-and-pop businesses.
The Alabama Legislature began the annual session at a fast clip, and legislators are expected to maintain their momentum when they return to Montgomery on Tuesday, February 23, after a one-week recess. Two 3-day work weeks are anticipated for the end of February and beginning of March, followed by two normal (2-day) work weeks and then a week-long recess for the last full week of March.
On February 12, Gov. Kay Ivey signed into law Act 2021-1, introduced only two weeks before as House Bill 170 (and its counterpart SB 98), and designated three separate acts: (1) the Alabama Taxpayer Stimulus Freedom Act of 2021, (2) the Alabama Business Tax Competitiveness Act, and (3) the Alabama Electing Pass-Through Entity Tax Act. Act 2021-1 received unanimous votes in both chambers (94-0 in the House; 27-0 in the Senate).