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Sen. John Albers Leads Passage of the Digital Classroom Act

ATLANTA (March 3, 2015) | Sen. Albers (R- Roswell) led the passage of Senate Bill 89, known as the “Digital Classroom Act,” today by a vote of 45 to 8. This legislation sets the foundation and encourages all instructional material purchased by a local board of education to be in a digital or electronic format by July 1, 2020. (more…)

Senate Adopts Resolution Declaring Today Autism Awareness Day at the Georgia State Capitol

Ava and AlbersATLANTA (January 28, 2015) | Sen. Albers (R- Roswell) sponsored Senate Resolution 56 declaring January 28, 2015 Autism Awareness Day at the state capitol.

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Sen. Albers Joins Gov. Deal in Recognizing Marine NCO Sgt. Jason T. Greene as NCO Marine of the Year

Sgt Greene2ATLANTA (September 26, 2014) | Senator John Albers (R –Roswell) recently joined Gov. Nathan Deal as they recognized Marine NCO Sgt. Jason T. Greene as NCO Marine of the Year.  Sen. Albers and Gov. Deal noted his unwavering commitment to the United States of America through his service in the United States Marine Corps as they celebrated his achievement.

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Sen. Albers Recognizes Local Company for Participation in Renewal and Remembrance Program at Arlington National Cemetery

albers2ATLANTA (September 29, 2014) | Last week, Senator John Albers (R –Roswell) welcomed Ed Klass, owner of Southern Sprinkler Systems, LCC., and his family to the State Capitol to recognize their work with the Renewal and Remembrance Program at Arlington National Cemetery.

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Sen. Albers Honors Childhood Cancer Patients and Families at Georgia State Capitol

Childhood Cancer Awareness 9-17-2014 (2)ATLANTA (September 25, 2014) | Senator John Albers (R –Roswell) recognized several families with children undergoing cancer treatment as part of Child Cancer Awareness Month on Wednesday, September 17 at the Georgia State Capitol. In addition to a senate resolution presented by Senator Albers, the families were honored with a proclamation by Governor Nathan Deal. (more…)