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Two tech firms pause Bham plans citing abortion ban

bizjournals Tuesday, 21 May 2019
Two technology companies that were considering putting technology operations in Birmingham have put their plans on hold, citing the abortion ban recently passed by the Alabama Legislature. “Last week I reached out to some of our delegation members and I reached out to the governor’s office and I spoke to the fact as it relates to tourism dollars and economic opportunities and two companies picking up the phone and voicing their concern where they were with relocating here or expanding here that…
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