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Session Updates

  • 2015 Legislative Session Update - 4.7.15

    The Georgia General Assembly continued its breakneck pace as we raced to conclude the 2015 Legislative Session. My colleagues and I entered the home stretch and completed what has been a productive and efficient session. We continued to work through various pieces of legislation, vetting them through the committee process before many of them reached the Senate Floor. As always, we took time out of each day to honor outstanding Georgians who left a profound impact on this great state.

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  • 2015 Update from the Capitol - 3.23.2015

    It was another whirlwind week at the State Capitol as we enter the final phase in the 2015 Legislative Session. After a brief recess on Monday and Tuesday, my colleagues and I returned to the Gold Dome on Wednesday to resume the state’s business.

    I had the privilege of sponsoring Senate Resolution 454, which recognized March 18, 2015, as Law Enforcement Appreciation Day at the Capitol and commended all law enforcement officers in Georgia. I was joined by Gov. Nathan Deal and Lt. Gov. Casey Cagle at reception for all law enforcement officials as we acknowledged their unwavering commitment to the safety of all Georgians. It was great to see many law enforcement officers from District 7 that made the trip to the Capitol. These brave men and women put themselves in harm’s way on daily basis and it was honor to stand beside them on their special day.


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