Archive for the ‘Jeff Mullis’ Category

Sen. Jeff Mullis Receives Georgia Historical Records Advisory Council Award

ATLANTA (November 23, 2016) | Sen. Jeff Mullis (R – Chickamauga) received a Georgia Historical Records Advisory Council (GHRAC) award last month. GHRAC presented this award to Sen. Mullis for his outstanding efforts in archives and records work in Georgia. (more…)

Sen. Jeff Mullis Releases Statement on the Opportunity School District Amendment

ATLANTA (October 7, 2016) | Senator Jeff Mullis (R- Chickamauga) released the following statement on the Opportunity School District Amendment: (more…)

Sen. Jeff Mullis Appointed Chairman of Several Study Committees

ATLANTA (August 22, 2016)  |  Lt. Governor Casey Cagle selected Sen. Jeff Mullis (R- Chickamauga) to serve as Co-Chair of three Joint Study Committees and as Chair of two Senate Study Committees. Sen. Mullis will act as Co-Chair of the State Commission on Narcotic Treatment Programs, the Alternative Fuels Infrastructure and Vehicle Joint Study Committee and the Music Economic Development Joint Study Committee. In addition, Sen. Mullis will serve as Chair of the Senate Legislative Process Study Committee and the Senate Sexual Offender Registry Study Committee. (more…)

Sen. Jeff Mullis Receives J.C. Gober Community Service Award

ATLANTA (May 13, 2016)  |  Mullis AwardOn May 6, 2016, Sen. Jeff Mullis was presented the J.C. Gober Community Service Award at the Walker County Young Farmers’ Annual Awards Banquet. (more…)

Narcotic Treatment Center Legislation Receives Approval from Georgia House of Representatives

ATLANTA (March 17, 2016)  |  Legislation that would place a temporary moratorium on the acceptance of new applications for licensure of narcotic treatment centers passed the Georgia House of Representatives on Tuesday, March 15. Senate Bill 402 would also create a state commission to study the current licensure process, as well as the density of currently operating narcotic treatment centers within the state. The legislation was filed by Sen. Jeff Mullis (R – Chickamauga) out of growing concern over the number of Georgia’s narcotic treatment programs and the documented increase of heroin addiction. (more…)