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Harper4Georgia Georgia has had 800 fatalities on our roadways this year. Please be mindful when driving. The article below has a... fb.me/8...
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GASenatePress The Senate Special Tax Exemption Study Committee meeting is now hearing public comments #gapol #gasenate
07:06PM Jul 18
GASenatePress Ms. Pearson is joined by Dr. Wheeler from the @GeorgiaStateU Fiscal Research Center for discussion on Georgia's tax credits #gapol
06:53PM Jul 18
GASenatePress Ms. Pearson is presenting on how states are improving tax incentives for jobs & growth to the Senate Special Tax Exemption Stdy Comm #gapol
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Harper4Georgia Recently, I was very surprised and humbled, with recognition by the Georgia Association of Chiefs of Police for... fb.me/3...
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Harper4Georgia Great to be with Sen. @burtjonesforga & Commissioner Bubba McDonald for a round table discussion with President Trump & Secretary Perry. pic.twi...
11:22PM Jun 28
GAassemblytweet Honest hard work, sweat, laughter, even a homemade ice tea. Good for the soul on a weekend. Agree?
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News & Updates

  • Lt. Governor Cagle to Host Health Care Reform Task Force Meeting

    ATLANTA, June 30, 2017 – Lt. Governor Casey Cagle, along with Sens. Renee Unterman, Dean Burke, Chuck Hufstetler, Ben Watson, Kay Kirkpatrick, Jack Hill and Doc Rhett, will hold a meeting of Georgia’s Health Care Reform Task Force on MONDAY, July 10, 2017 at 10 a.m. at Tift Medical Center. Members will hear an overview of the challenges facing our state’s health care system and discuss innovative reforms to advance Georgia as a national leader in delivering patient-centered health care.

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  • Update from Sen. Harper

    It has been just over two months since the 2017 legislative session of the General Assembly came to a close. Although we adjourned for the year, there is still much work that needs to be handled prior to next session.


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