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News & Updates

  • Update from the Capitol

     

    By: Sen. Tyler Harper (R- Ocilla)

    The Georgia General Assembly began the first half of the 154th biennial term on Monday, January 9, 2017.

    Even though it’s our first week back in session, it’s been a busy one.

    The capitol has been filled with visitors attending the many events happening on the capitol grounds and with those watching the proceedings of the General Assembly.

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  • Tax Credits Offer Hope for Rural Hospital Turnaround

    By: Sen. Tyler Harper (R - Ocilla)
    Georgia’s rural healthcare system is in crisis. This is not just a rural problem or a medical problem; it is a problem for all Georgians. The financial peril of rural hospitals in Georgia is forcing administrators to make tough decisions on which services they can continue to offer their patients, sometimes triggering life threatening scenarios.

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