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Sen. Greg Kirk and Rep. Ed Rynders Endorse Bonds for Worth County Schools

Sen. Greg Kirk and Rep. Ed Rynders Endorse Bonds for Worth County Schools

ATLANTA (February 3, 2016) | Sen. Greg Kirk (R – Americus) and Rep. Ed Rynders (R – Albany) commend Gov. Nathan Deal for his allocation of $1.6 million in the FY2017 General Budget for renovations and new construction to Worth County Schools. Worth County Middle School will receive $820,000, while Worth County Primary School will receive $850,000. (more…)

Sen. Greg Kirk Introduces the First Amendment Defense Act of Georgia

ATLANTA (January 21, 2016) | Today, Sen. Greg Kirk (R – Americus) presented the First Amendment Defense Act of Georgia, a bill designed to protect Georgians from discrimination for believing in the traditional definition of marriage. This bill is modeled after legislation sponsored by Senators Johnny Isakson and David Perdue in the United States Senate. (more…)

Sen. Greg Kirk to Attend Meeting of Senate Women’s Adequate Healthcare Study Committee in Tifton

ATLANTA (October 16, 2015)  |  Sen. Greg Kirk (R- Americus) will attend the third meeting of the Senate Women’s Adequate Healthcare Study Committee, Chaired by Sen. Renee Unterman (R- Buford), on Monday, October 26, 2015, at 9 a.m. at the Tift Regional Health System in Tifton, GA. (more…)

Sen. Greg Kirk Appointed to Women’s Adequate Healthcare Senate Study Committee

ATLANTA (July 13, 2015)  |  Sen. Greg Kirk (R- Americus) has been selected by Lt. Gov. Casey Cagle to serve on the Women’s Adequate Healthcare Senate Study Committee. (more…)

Sen. Greg Kirk Appointed to the Agriculture Exposition Authority Overview Committee

ATLANTA (July 9, 2015)  |  Lt. Gov. Casey Cagle appointed Sen. Greg Kirk (R- Americus) to the Agricultural Exposition Authority Overview Committee on June 3. The Georgia Agriculture Exposition Authority Overview Committee is responsible for overseeing the Georgia Agriculture Exposition Authority and its management of the Georgia National Fairgrounds and Agricenter. (more…)