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rsa3A full-service governmental relations firm, Christie Strategy Group prides itself on its ability to help clients navigate the complexities of Alabama’s political, regulatory, and legislative environment. Our ability to successfully represent a broad range of client interests is testimony to our keen understanding of the political process and how to accomplish client objectives in an often difficult and changing environment. Over the last 20+ years, we have formed lasting relationships with our clients, colleagues, state and local officials and have earned a reputation as a top trusted resource among those throughout the political process.

Christie Strategy Group represents prominent organizations from around the state. Clients include corporations, municipalities, and associations with an interest in direct representation among lawmakers and key decision makers.

In today’s atmosphere, governmental affairs firms must be above reproach. Christie Strategy Group will always represent clients in an honest and dignified manner.

Christie Strategy Group is located in the Retirement Systems of Alabama Dexter Avenue building, which is part of the historic and completely renovated State of Alabama Judicial building. From one side, the office space provides views of the Alabama State Capitol where Jefferson Davis stood on February 18, 1861 to take his oath of office as the only President of the Confederate States of America; and from the other side, one can view Dexter Avenue King Memorial Baptist Church, which is where Martin Luther King, Jr. pastored from 1954 — 1960 and began his quest for civil rights. Our office views illustrate why Montgomery is known as the Cradle of the Confederacy and the Birthplace of the Civil Rights Movement.

 

 

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Legislative Report


May 24, 2019


Senate Approves General Fund Budget; House Committee Approves Education Trust Fund Budget

On Tuesday, the Senate approved the $2.1 billion state general fund budget by a unanimous vote. The House moved to non-concur on the budget, so it now goes to conference committee.


The budget sets aside an extra $7 million for the Alabama Law Enforcement Agency (ALEA) to hire 50 new state troopers, increases the Department of Corrections’ budget by $46 million, and includes a 2 percent cost-of-living adjustment for state employees.

ADDITIONAL HIGHLIGHTS:

  • House Sponsor says Lottery Bill Dead
  • Bill to Allow Beer Manufacturer to Own Brewpub Approved by House Committee
  • Upcoming Legislative Schedule


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