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End of Session Recap – 2018 Legislative Session

My goal in everything I do is to move the State of Georgia forward so that everyone has a better life. The Georgia House of Representatives has made a real difference for families that will be felt for generations to come. I am excited to highlight a few key issues […]

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Today, I qualified to seek another term as YOUR Representative

I am absolutely overwhelmed at the outpouring of love, friendship, encouragement and support I’ve received from so many over the last few months as I’ve been praying for God’s guidance on seeking another term in the Georgia House of Representatives. Today, I qualified for re-election so that I can continue […]

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July 2017 Update

This is a brief mid-summer update that illustrates how much we have to be thankful for in Georgia! From my family to you and your family, have a wonderful summer! Recently, Governor Deal spoke to a group of Representatives about all that Georgia has to be thankful for right now. […]

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End of Session Recap – 2017

While the 2017 legislative session has adjourned for the year, I remain dedicated to serving your interests. Please know how much of an honor and privilege it is to represent the people of District 29. Legislature passes balanced budget I’m pleased to report a win for Georgia’s taxpayers in the […]

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Week Three Recap

On Monday, I met with Ron Stephens (R – Savannah), Chairman of the Economic Development & Tourism committee, to discuss HB 158. This bill would allow for up to two destination resorts in Georgia, and has been a hotly contested conversation topic. I wanted to meet with Chairman Stephens to […]

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Amended FY2017 Budget – Explanation Summary

Many times, people have questions about their tax dollars and how they are spent. After last week’s amended FY17 budget passage, I felt compelled to provide you with the following explanation summary. As always, feel free to contact me if I can be of assistance to you. The original 2017 […]

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