ATLANTA (December 11, 2015) | Sen. John Albers (R – Roswell) and Sen. P.K. Martin (R- Lawrenceville) encouraged fans from high schools in their districts to bring as many non-perishable food items as they could to the Roswell-Grayson High School Football Playoff game last Saturday as part of a friendly food drive competition. Continue reading “Sen. John Albers Wins Food Drive Challenge With Sen. P.K. Martin”
ATLANTA (September 17, 2015) | This summer, State Senator P.K. Martin (R – Lawrenceville) was tapped to serve on Gov. Nathan Deal’s Child Welfare Reform Council, which reviews the operations of Georgia’s Division of Family and Children Services and offers recommendations for better performance. On Wednesday, the Council gathered for the first time this year to meet with Division leadership and review their mission. Continue reading “Sen. P.K. Martin Begins Service on Governor’s Child Welfare Reform Council”
ATLANTA (May 6, 2015) | Sen. P.K. Martin (R – Lawrenceville) joined Gov. Nathan Deal Tuesday for the signing of Senate Bill 108 into law. SB 108 requires insurers to maintain a risk management agenda by completing an Own Risk and Solvency Assessment (ORSA), and provides guidance for filling out the ORSA Summary report with the Insurance Commissioner. This measure ensures the report’s confidentiality. Continue reading “P.K. Martin Joins Gov. Deal for Signing of SB 108”
ATLANTA (March 3, 2015) | Sen. P.K. Martin (R – Lawrenceville) sponsored Senate Bill 108, requiring insurers to maintain a risk management agenda by completing an Own Risk and Solvency Assessment (ORSA). SB 108 provides guidance for filling out the ORSA Summary report with the Insurance Commissioner, and ensures the report’s confidentiality.
ATLANTA (January 9, 2015) | Senator-elect P.K. Martin (R – Lawrenceville) today applauded the joint efforts by the cities of Grayson and Snellville to fight hunger and help those in need in our local community and encouraged local residents to join the challenge. Continue reading “State Senator-Elect P.K. Martin Applauds Grayson and Snellville on Efforts to Give Hunger the Boot”