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Here is Gov. Robert Bentley's prepared 2017 State of the State address:Last August millions of Americans joined with the world in watching one of the greatest demonstrations of human achievement with its origins dating back to 8th Century Greece. The Modern Olympic Games are a captivating display of strength, endurance, speed, tenacity and perseverance. With each Olympiad we marvel at the incredible feats of physical strength on display. In those two weeks we see the results of what was years, even a lifetime in the making. Athletes train a lifetime, for what may be a few seconds of action. All their work, all their sacrifices are bundled up in one singular moment to feel the thrill of victory or the agony of defeat. So much time, work and sacrifice is poured into the race. It must be run with precision, with determination, with eyes laser focused on the finish line, the ultimate goal. Each course, each race has a distinct beginning and a distinct end. And even the slightest distraction from the course laid out before them, can result in a world class athlete's crushing defeat. For the last six years I have had the honor of a lifetime serving you and this Great State as Governor. Six years ago I solemnly took the Oath of Office to uphold our State's Constitution. And six years ago I personally made a commitment to the people of this State, to submit myself a humble servant to the men, women and children who proudly call Alabama home, to help create well paying jobs so they can support their families, to make sure every child has the opportunity to receive the best education, to support our most vulnerable the disabled, the elderly, the forgotten and the unborn. I committed myself to the careful consideration that all men, all Alabamians, are created equal regardless of race, political party, gender or economic status. I vowed never to accept a salary until every Alabamian who wants a job can get a job. The course laid out before us six years ago was filled with uphill obstacles of soaring unemployment, bleak state budgets, an unprecedented environmental disaster and a natural disaster that would go down in history. Facing those obstacles head on, this race is still being run today with every bit of tenacity and endurance as when we left the starting gate. More people in Alabama are working than at any time in our Administration. Alabama's labor force is the largest it's been in five years. And tonight we can proudly announce we have now reached the milestone of two million Alabamians in the workforce. Running full sprint toward our goal of Full Employment, we are intentional with our mission to Put Alabamians Back To Work. When coal miners in Walker County or Steel workers in Birmingham were laid off, when maritime workers were needed in Mobile, the Alabama Department of Labor held a series of successful job fairs to connect jobs with our people. Five oakley tombstone lens hundred employers ready to hire have participated and lines of job seekers often stretched out the door and down the street. As a result of those efforts, today approximately 1 thousand more Alabamians have a job. Alabama's manufacturing industry is growing with more Alabamians working in the sector than before the 2008 Recession. Since taking office in 2011 my Administration has sought, recruited, announced, broken ground and celebrated over 92 thousand well paying jobs for the people of this state. There is little that is more gratifying to me at this point in our Administration than to see the seeds of economic development planted in a community, take root and come into the full bloom of well paying jobs that feed and support families. The world took notice of Alabama in 2012 when we welcomed Airbus and the aerospace industry to Mobile. Springing up from an empty field, and by the skilled hands of Alabamians came a $600 million manufacturing facility where world class jetliners are now built and produced. The first Alabama made Airbus jetliner took flight in last July, built by thousands of the hardest working people in the country. Companies and industries have poured over 24 billion dollars of investment into Alabama, in our people and in the belief that their products will be made best when they are Made in Alabama. Companies like Polaris, in Huntsville, are building and producing ATV's and hiring 17 hundred Alabamians and creating hundreds of positions for technicians, programmers and welders. GE Aviation is investing more than $200 million to build two factories in Huntsville and is expected to employ up to 300 people. And it's not just our larger cities with new well paying jobs. With an intentional focus on bringing jobs to rural Alabama we bring industry to our smallest towns. Moller Tech is building a 46 million dollar flagship facility in Woodstock, in Bibb County, supplying Mercedes and hiring 220 Alabamians. Alabama's auto industry hit another record high in 2016, as workers at Hyundai, Mercedes and Honda rolled out over a million Alabama made vehicles. Montgomery's new Hyundai Santa Fe, Lincoln's new Honda Ridgeline and Tuscaloosa's four Mercedes models are all taking center on the world stage. Besides receiving awards for some of the best vehicles on the market, they all have one important thing in common their Home's in Alabama. We opened Alabama's newest Interstate I 22, not just providing convenience and safer travel for our people, but paving the way for greater economic development in financially strapped Northwest Alabama. There is simply no place like Alabama's beautiful Gulf Coast, and the incredible Gulf State Park Project is well on its way to becoming an international benchmark of economic and environmental sustainability. On track to open next year, the Gulf State Park Project will be the pride of our state for outdoor recreation, education and hospitality. Economic opportunity grows and thrives in our state, especially for the men and women who have sacrificed so much for our state and our country, yet ask for so little. Alabama is the proud home of over 420 thousand Veterans, and through the Alabama Executive Veterans Network or AlaVetNet, and the Alabama Small Business Commission we are making sure veteran owned businesses succeed and prosper. And today Alabama's Unemployment Rate for Veterans stands at 4.1 percent lower than the overall state and national rate. Listening to and focusing squarely on the needs of our counties and cities, in 2012 we launched the state's largest investment in roads and bridges in the history of Alabama. The Alabama Transportation Rehabilitation and Improvement Program, or ATRIP is a resounding success. The First of its Kind Infrastructure program is a hallmark of this Administration and the tremendous cooperation we enjoy between state and local governments. Since the first project began five years ago, you've seen across our Great State hundreds of roads improved and dangerous bridges replaced. Those orange barrels on county roads, asphalt pavers on highways and Alabama workers manning equipment to replace crumbling bridges are the results of ATRIP, Alabama's Infrastructure oakley tombstone midway Success Story. There are over 11 hundred ATRIP Projects, totaling nearly 1 point 2 billion dollars on schedule for your local communities. These are projects specifically requested from local governments. Already over 700 projects have been completed. And the effects of ATRIP reach beyond the pavement 94% of all ATRIP projects have been won by Alabama contractors. Now in its Fifth year, ATRIP is the Number One reason some of those contractors were able to stay in business. When bureaucracy grinds government to a halt, ATRIP has been an answered prayer for communities. Just ask Marshall County about the Redmill Bridge. The dangerous bridge was the site of fatal car crashes. It was an impediment to the local economy heavily dependent on local poultry farms. Chicken trucks couldn't even turn on the road, blocking access to farms and serving as an obstacle to greater overall economic development. Like many of you have seen in your local districts, it was one of those projects everyone wanted and the community desperately needed yet no one in Marshall County thought they would ever see in their lifetime. Beginning in 2015, our Administration joined with the locals and together last month we celebrated the completion of the largest Marshall County project ever. When there is an obstacle along the course of this race we run, we will "find a way or we will make one". When this race began, we launched an ambitious effort to save Alabama taxpayers money. It was an uphill climb, Alabama was essentially broke, savings accounts had been wiped out and federal stimulus dollars were gone. But we knew there were opportunities to find efficiencies, to consolidate, to cut and to trim the size of state government and ultimately save taxpayers millions of dollars. That is exactly what we did then, and exactly what we continue to do even to this day. We launched an ambitious plan in 2012 with a goal to save one billion dollars by the end of our Administration. Not only did we reach that goal, but we accomplished it much earlier than expected. Alabama led the nation in our Road to A Billion Dollars in savings. And I am proud to tell you tonight, that Alabama Taxpayers have now saved a stunning $1.2 Billion annually. This Administration worked so fast and so efficiently that of the 26 new governors elected nationwide in 2010, we reduced the size of our state's bureaucracy at the third fastest pace. While we've seen these successes along the course we've run, together we have shared our struggles and setbacks. Alabama is certainly no stranger to severe storms and deadly tornadoes. April 2011 left us devastated, crushed, heartbroken and nearly defeated. But instead of being blown off course by those tornadoes in that tragic statewide devastation, we saw an enormous spirit of love, cooperation and kindness like we've never seen before. And we came back stronger. Neighbors across our state gave their time, their donations and their own money to help one another. You saw it in your district. And I saw it face to face in every county I visited. It left such an indelible impression on me, and I have never forgotten those days. Resolved to do everything we can to protect the people of this state, from that historic disaster we commissioned the Tornado Recovery Action Council, and now have in place 13 of 20 recommendations made in the TRAC Report. And we've dedicated ourselves to making our communities safer. Today there are now 275 community safe rooms across Alabama, and 4 thousand more individual safe rooms. In Pickens County, Jackson County, DeKalb County, Winston County, Houston County, we've grieved this last year with our neighbors in their loss, we've thanked God for his protection. We've held each other's hands, and come along beside and carried our fellow Alabamians in their darkest hour. It's that spirit of service that is the hallmark of the great, hardworking people of our state. It's that willingness to help, to sacrifice for our fellow man that we see every day from our men and women in Law Enforcement, and in the men and women who serve in the military who protect our country. For more than 20 years, Army National Guard soldiers have been serving as a force multiplier for U S Border Patrol agencies to secure the Southwest Border.

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