Tweet NEW BUSINESS Thank you for reading my weekly Legislative Updates during the 2014 Session of the Georgia Legislature. Now that the session of over, I will cease the weekly emails and switch to periodic emails to announce events or Online Town Hall meetings. I appreciate the feedback so many of you have given this year. […]
Tweet The 2014 Session of the Georgia Legislature ended Thursday at midnight and your citizen legislators returned home to work at their "real" jobs and prepare for the upcoming campaign season. There were a large number of bills that passed, too many to talk about but I'll try to hit some of the highlights: […]
Tweet There are two Legislative days left in the 2014 session. Tuesday will be the 39th day and Thursday will be the 40th day, when we must sine die, or adjourn for the year. Since I've been in the Legislature, the 40th day has been reserved for voting on conference committee reports and what's known as […]
Tweet If you missed last Thursday night's Online Town Hall, watch the replay here. This past Monday was "Crossover Day' where by rule a bill must pass either the House or Senate in order to be considered by the other Legislative body. In the House we voted on 53 bills. Here are a could noteworthy […]
Tweet Neal Boortz, the retired but still popular talk radio host, took note of Georgia’s passage of the Convention of States resolution. I was proud to help Senator Staton get his resolution passed this past Thursday. Podcast: Play in new window | Download
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