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News & Updates

  • Sen. Tyler Harper Attends National Security Seminar at U.S. Army War College

    ATLANTA (June 27, 2018) | Sen. Tyler Harper (R – Ocilla) was recently selected to attend the 64th annual National Security Seminar (NSS) at the U.S. War College in Carlisle, Pennsylvania from June 1st through June 7th.

    “It is always an honor and a privilege to be among many of the current and future leaders of our nation’s military,” said Sen. Harper. “NSS provides the opportunity for lawmakers, the business community and leaders in our armed forces to come together to discuss many of the important, urgent security issues that our nation faces.

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  • Update from the Capitol - 4/11/18

    By: Sen. Tyler Harper (R - Ocilla)


    Just a few minutes after midnight on March 29, the 2018 Legislative Session came to an end. It was a long session, but after looking back on all that we did, I am sure that we made Georgians across the state proud.  Even working all throughout the 14 hours on the last legislative day, there is simply not enough time to get through every bill and resolution. While Thursday was the final day of the session, we still had an equally long and productive day on Tuesday. Among the issues we took action on were enhancing public safety and promoting and securing our outdoor resources and agricultural industry.


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