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I recently had the privilege of meeting former Harlem Globetrotter, Larry “Gator” Rivers. Rivers is currently on mission for a very admirable cause — improving neighborhood basketball courts in his hometown of Savannah, Georgia. Rivers has taken on this noble... read more

Week Twelve 2017 Update

Thursday, March 30th, marked the end of the 2017 legislative for the House and Senate, also known as “sine die.” This Latin term means “without assigning a day for further meeting.” My colleagues and I worked late into the night both days of the twelfth week, ensuring... read more

Week Eleven 2017 Update

Monday, March 20th marked the beginning of the 11th week of the 2017 legislative session. With sine die being less than a week away, the House had another full week of voting on bills and resolutions on the House floor before they are passed on to Governor Deal. As... read more

Week Ten 2017 Update

Monday, March 13th began Legislative Day 32 and the tenth week of the 2017 legislative session. Because the end of this session is quickly approaching, our week was very full. Sine die will be here soon, which has certainly quickened the pace of our work as we... read more

Week Nine Update 2017

Week Nine of the 2017 Legislative Session began Monday, March 6th. With Crossover Day behind us, my colleagues and I went back to work focusing on the legislation that was already passed by the Senate. This week was spent fully reviewing each Senate bill before its... read more

Week Eight Update 2017

On February 27th, my colleagues and I reconvened at the Capitol to begin the eighth week of the 2017 legislative session. On Friday, March 3rd we reached “Crossover Day,” or the deadline for bills to pass the legislative chamber of origin to still be considered for... read more

Week Seven 2017 Update

My colleagues and I reconvened at the Capitol on Tuesday, February 21. This marked the beginning of the seventh week of the 2017 Legislative Session, where we got back to work discussing and passing legislation. Our work hours were a bit longer this week, as some of... read more

Week Six 2017 Update

The sixth week of the 2017 Legislative Session began Tuesday, February 14th. My colleagues and I returned to the State Capitol, eager to see what the week would bring. We have officially reached the halfway point in Session this year. With “Crossover Day”... read more

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