Wayne County Delegation Urges Congress to Oppose the Suspending of the Coal Ash Effluvia Rule

ATLANTA (October 2, 2017) | Sen. Blake Tillery (R – Vidalia), along with Rep. Chad Nimmer (R –Blackshear) and Rep. Bill Werkheiser (R – Glennville), sent a letter today to U.S. Sens. Johnny Isakson and David Perdue, and U.S. Rep. Buddy Carter urging them to oppose the recent decision by the Environmental Protection Agency to suspend the enforcement of coal ash effluvia rule.

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Sen. Tillery’s Youth Scholarship Winner’s Bill Passes Georgia Senate

4Q8A1430ATLANTA (March 7, 2017)  | Sen. Blake Tillery (R – Vidalia) welcomed his Youth Legislator Scholarship Competition winner, Briley Braddy to the chamber on Crossover Day. Her essay from this contest inspired Sen. Tillery to draft and sponsor Senate Bill 258 which bars a holder of public funds owed to a municipal government from holding civil office. Currently, Georgia law prohibits holders of public funds due to a county or state from holding such office. This bill extends that prohibition to holders of city funds as well.  Continue reading “Sen. Tillery’s Youth Scholarship Winner’s Bill Passes Georgia Senate”