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GASenatePress #GaJudCmte Subcommittee B now hearing SB 105, sponsored by Sen. Harold Jones II, changing penalties relating to possession of marijuana.
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News & Updates

  • Lt. Governor Cagle Pledges to Back the Badge

    Cagle Announces Public Safety and Law Enforcement Officer Initiatives 

    ATLANTA, Feb. 17, 2017 - Lt. Governor Casey Cagle, along with several senators, have announced a series of legislative initiatives designed to increase protections for our public safety officers and examine compensation and benefits packages for all local law enforcement agencies.

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  • Update from the Capitol - 2/14/17

    By: Sen. Tyler Harper (R- Ocilla)

    Last week, we had many special guests and passed several pieces of legislation.

    On Wednesday, I was fortunate enough to sponsor Young Farmers Association Day at the Capitol. The Young Farmer’s Association has a long history of providing agricultural education and advocacy programs to benefit farmers throughout the state. As past president, I was pleased to sponsor the GYFA at the Capitol and I thank them for their hard work and service. The Georgia Young Farmers Association was founded in 1970 to serve as the primary adult education delivery system for young Georgian farmers and is now the nation’s largest affiliate. Along with the GYFA, we also had the pleasure of having representatives from Georgia’s 4-H programs stop by the capitol to share a little bit about what they do. It was great to have State President James Hancock of Irwin County speak to the Senate on behalf of Georgia 4-H. Agriculture is the single largest industry in our state and it’s always great to hear from the folks who help make that happen.


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