2018 Capitol Update Week 8 – Gov signs tax cut into law

Mar 4, 2018 No Comments ›› Brett

Historic 2018 session continues . . .    This past Friday, Governor Nathan Deal signed HB 918 into law cutting Georgia's income tax rate for the first time since 1937!. This measure will leave over $5 billion in your wallet rather than the state's over the next five years. On Monday, March 5, the Governor will sign HB 159 the first update to Georgia's adoption statutes in ...

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2018 Capitol Update Week 7 – A Historic Week!

Feb 25, 2018 No Comments ›› Brett

Joining Speaker Ralston at the Tax Cut Press Conference. Sometimes the back of my head is the best view! A historic week at your Capitol Some of you may be aware that over-taxation and over-regulation of my small business sparked my entry into elected political office. I am grateful to you for allowing me to participate as ...

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2018 Capitol Update Week 6 – Taxes and Transportation

Feb 18, 2018 No Comments ›› Brett

Week 6 on the House floor We have just completed Week 6 and we are officially over half-way through this year's session. "Cross Over Day" is Tuesday, February 27 - just a few legislative days away. In an effort to increase transparency and eradicate surprise hospital billing for scheduled procedures, the House passed HB 678 this week. Authored by Insurance Committee ...

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Capitol Update Week 5 – the pace quickens

Feb 10, 2018 No Comments ›› Brett

Full speed ahead The pace quickened during Week 5 at the House. Most importantly, the House passed HB 683 the Amended Fiscal Year 2018 (AFY 18) budget by a vote of 167-8. The AFY 18 budget is balanced at $25.3 billion and focuses on education, healthcare, and human services.   The House also passed HB 701 to permit employment testing for illegal opioid use. Georgia ranks 11th in opioid ...

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