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GASenatePress The Senate #GaJudCmte is now hearing only SB 318, sponsored by Sen. William Ligon, which relates to public forums for free expression at universities. #gapol #gasenate
10:05PM Feb 19
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GASenatePress SB 294 receives "do pass" recommendation from the Senate and adjourns. #GaRetireCmte . #gapol #gasenate
09:40PM Feb 19
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GASenatePress The Senate #GaRetireCmte is now hearing SB 249, also sponsored by Sen. Albers, which would amend several provisions within the Peace Officers’ Annuity and Benefit Fund. #gapol #gasenate
09:16PM Feb 19
Harper4Georgia
Harper4Georgia Last week it was great to join EPA Region 4 Administrator Mary Walker, Army Corps officials, & a number of others for an official announcement of the Navigable Waters Protection Rule replacing the onerous WOTUS rule. This new rule protects natural resources & reduces regulations. pic.twi...
04:40PM Feb 06
Harper4Georgia
Harper4Georgia From the annual Alma-Bacon County cookout, our first page of the session, to Mayors Day and the re-election of our 8th District DOT Board Member, among many other visits and meetings, it was great to welcome so many from South GA and the district to the Capitol this week. pic.twi...
03:52PM Feb 01

News & Updates

  • Update from the Capitol - 1/17/2020

    By: Sen. Tyler Harper (R- Ocilla)

     

    This Monday marked the beginning of the second session of the 155th Georgia General Assembly. Members of the Georgia Senate and House of Representatives eagerly retuned to the Gold Dome to get to work on passing legislation to improve the lives of all Georgians. The first day of session typically consists of largely ceremonial procedures and actions, but on Monday the Senate took a moment to reflect on something bigger than any one piece of legislation.

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  • Update from the Capitol: Weeks 2 and 3

    By: Sen. Tyler Harper (R- Ocilla)

    Things have been busy here at the Capitol, with two shortened weeks, one due to Martin Luther King Jr. Day celebrations and another due to the anticipation of inclement weather. Despite our abbreviated schedule, we have had an efficient and busy two weeks.

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