ATLANTA (January 22, 2018) | Sen. Nan Orrock (D – Atlanta) was recently inducted to the International Civil Rights Walk of Fame. The International Civil Rights Walk of Fame was created in 2004 with the purpose of recognizing those who sacrificed and fought to make equality a reality for all.
ATLANTA (June 15, 2017) | Sen. Nan Orrock (D – Atlanta) and Rep. Keisha Waites (D – Atlanta) will partner in a volunteer project organized by AbbVie, a biopharmaceutical company, on Wednesday, June 28, 2017, at Heritage Academy Elementary School in Atlanta. Continue reading “Sen. Nan Orrock and Rep. Keisha Waites to Partner in Volunteer Project”
ATLANTA (May 3, 2016) | On Tuesday, Governor Nathan Deal signed into law House Bill 54, known as the “Shawn Smiley Act.” HB 54 provides tuition grants to children of law enforcement and public safety officers killed or disabled in the line of duty. The bill was authored by Rep. Keisha Waites and carried by Sen. Nan Orrock (D – Atlanta) in the Senate. HB 54 in its final form was passed on the last day of the 2016 legislative session and goes into effect on July 1, 2016. Continue reading “The “Shawn Smiley Act” Becomes Law”
ATLANTA (February 16, 2016) | Sen. Nan Orrock (D–Atlanta) sponsored Senate Resolution 896 which proclaims February 16, 2016 as Literacy Day at the state capitol. SR 896 brings attention to adult literacy and efforts to provide learning opportunities for Georgia adults who did not receive a high school diploma. Continue reading “Sen. Nan Orrock Hosts Literacy Day”
ATLANTA (February 8, 2016) | Sen. Nan Orrock (D–Atlanta) was appointed to the Georgia World Congress Center Authority Overview Committee, along with five Senate colleagues, by the Senate Committee on Assignments.
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