Archive for the ‘Judson Hill’ Category

Senate Tax Reform Subcommittee to Hold Statewide Meetings

ATLANTA (September 22, 2014) | Sen. Judson Hill (R – Marietta) has announced a series of meetings aimed towards expanding the discussion on tax reform and education efforts throughout the state. The first meeting will be held Friday, September 26, at 10:00 a.m. at the Georgia State Capital. Additional meetings are scheduled for October 7 in Rome and October 16 in Macon.

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American Legislative Exchange Council Honors Sen. Judson Hill with Legislator of the Year Award

judsonATLANTA (August 5, 2014)  |  Sen. Judson Hill (R – Marietta) received the American Legislative Exchange Council’s (ALEC) Legislator of the Year award last week at the organization’s 41st Annual Meeting in Dallas, TX. Sen. Hill received the award for his dedication to ALEC principles and support of Georgia’s ALEC delegation. (more…)

James Magazine Honors Sen. Judson Hill as “Legislator of the Year”

ATLANTA (April 7, 2014) | James Magazine, one of Georgia’s leading publications discussing Georgia news and politics, has selected Sen. Judson Hill (R—Marietta) as its 2014 “Legislator of the Year.” The honor was listed in the magazine’s annual edition of the most influential Georgians, a distinction given to leading individuals in business, government, politics, education, science and the arts. (more…)

Georgia Senate Passes Bill Urging Congress to Draft Fiscally Responsible Amendments to U.S. Constitution

ATLANTA (February 26, 2014)  |  The Georgia State Senate will urge the U.S. Congress to draft a Constitutional amendment requiring a balanced federal budget and federal spending limit with the passage of Senate Resolution 70 today. The legislation passed by a vote of 36 to 13 and was sponsored by Sen. Judson Hill (R – Marietta). (more…)

Sen. Judson Hill Honors Vital Economic and Cultural Relationships Between the U.S. and U.K.

judsonATLANTA (February 6, 2014)  |  Sen. Judson Hill (R – Marietta) presented Senate Resolution 841 today, honoring the cultural, economic and educational relationships between the United Kingdom of Great Britain, Northern Ireland and the State of Georgia. Representatives from the British Consulate-General Atlanta were present to accept the resolution, including Consul General Jeremy Pilmore-Bedford. (more…)