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Senate Chairman for the 154th Georgia General Assembly

ATLANTA (January 10, 2017)  |  The Senate Committee on Assignments has announced the full list of standing committee chairman for the first session of the 154th Georgia General Assembly: (more…)

Sen. Rick Jeffares Re-Appointed Chair of Senate Regulated Industries Committee

ATLANTA (January 10, 2017)  |  Sen. Rick Jeffares (R – McDonough) was recently re-appointed to serve as chair of the Senate Regulated Industries Committee and as a member on several influential committees for the 2017 Legislative Session by the Senate Committee on Assignments. (more…)

Sen. Rick Jeffares Graduates from the Legislative Energy Horizon Institute

MCDONOUGH (November 14, 2016) |  Sen. Rick Jeffares (R – McDonough) has completed the Legislative Energy Horizon Institute’s course in energy policy. The Institute is a 60-hour energy immersion executive course with the University of Idaho. The course is designed to increase the knowledge of the energy infrastructure and delivery system to inform future energy policy decisions. With the 2016 class, over 200 policymakers have completed more than 12,000 hours of combined time to understand the complex world of energy. (more…)

Sen. Rick Jeffares Appointed as Co-Chair of Joint Study Committee

ATLANTA (July 6, 2016)  | Sen. Rick Jeffares (R– McDonough) has been selected by Lt. Gov. Casey Cagle to serve as Co-Chair of the Joint State Commission on Petroleum Pipelines Study Committee. (more…)

Sen. Rick Jeffares Supports Additional Funding for Southern Crescent Technical College Expansion

MCDONOUGH  (January 15, 2016) | Sen. Rick Jeffares (R – McDonough) and Sen. Emanuel Jones (D – Decatur) and Reps. Demetrius Douglas (D – Stockbridge), David Knight (R – Griffin), Dale Rutledge (R – McDonough), Sandra Scott (D – Rex), Pam Stephenson (D – Decatur), Brian Strickland (R – McDonough), Andy Welch (R -McDonough) and John Yates (R – Griffin) applaud Gov. Nathan Deal’s decision to allocate $16.175 million in funding in the FY2017 General Budget to begin construction on a second phase of Southern Crescent Technical College in McDonough. (more…)