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    After seeing many organizations I saw that SAASOA is very enterprising and are a core of the business community in and around Alabama. SAASOA is doing a lot of  good for the people in the community by doing many activities like Blood Camps, Health Fairs, Volunteering activities, Scholarships, etc. I am lucky to be a part of a group like this and I encourage my friends and community members to be a part of SAASOA.

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Say NO to HB-81 & SB-106

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HB 81 AND SB 106


·       NO Access Control Hard Liquor will


be sold next to groceries, diapers,


candy, guns…


o   Families, addicts, teenagers and


children will have easy access to liquor.


o    This “attractive nuisance” will increase


alcohol related crimes, theft, and early


addiction of liquor.


·       Family-Owned, Local Business will


be forced out by large corporations


o   Our family-owned stores already


compete with the big chains.


Changing the law will only benefit


the Big Corporations, and can put us


out of business.


o   A lot of hardworking families will lose


their jobs and only source of income.


o   Your constituents voted you in


because YOU supported local businesses.


·       Employees will lose their jobs!


o   Hardworking Americans’ livelihoods


who pay their taxes will be taken


away because of these bills.


o   Unemployment rates will go up as a


direct result of these bills.




·       16 and 17-year-old TEENAGERS will


sell hard liquor


o   Studies show early exposure to


alcohol leads to its abuse.


o   It also leads to other illegal


substance and drug use.


o   Make no mistake, these bills are


putting hard liquor directly in the


hands of minors!




Save Jobs & Small Business


Protect us from these dangerous bills!