Capitol Update Week 10 – 5 Voting Days to Go!

Mar 18, 2017 No Comments ›› Brett

Rep. Alan Powell and me after passage of SB 85. In addition to serving as Alan's Vice Chair of the Alcohol and Tobacco Subcommittee of the House Regulated Industries Committee, we are suite-mates in 613 Coverdell. Come see us! Five voting days remain in the 2016 Session . . . The 2016 Session of the Georgia General Assembly ...

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Capitol Update Week 9 – House Now Open for Senate Bills

Mar 11, 2017 No Comments ›› Brett

[caption id="attachment_6368" align="aligncenter" width="573"] I am honored to serve as Vice Chair to House Rules Chairman John Meadows.[/caption]   House now evaluating Senate bills . . . Now that Crossover Day is passed, the House is evaluating Senate Bills in various committees. Several Senate measures have already reached the House floor and on Monday, the House will vote ...

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Capitol Update Week 8 – 7 Years Fighting for You

Mar 6, 2017 No Comments ›› Brett

Rep Harrell passes HB 204 in Georgia House prohibiting fees on property tax bills.   House passes significant bills this week . . . House Bill 65, by Rep Allen Peake, expands Georgia's medical cannabis law by adding eight qualifying medical conditions including Tourette's syndrome, autism spectrum disorder, Alzheimer's disease, and AIDS to those already in existence. HB 65 ...

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HB 204 passes House – No Fees on your property tax bill

Feb 28, 2017 No Comments ›› Brett

I would like to publicly thank both Republicans and Democrats that sided with individual property owners today and voted YES on HB 204. There is a better way to deliver services. Many, in fact most, communities provide the services their citizens desire WITHOUT putting their property at risk. HB 204 passed the House with a ...

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