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March 2019

Legislative Update 3.25.19

Legislative Update 3.25.19

Published: Mar 25, 2019   |   Category: Legislative Updates

One of the things I find most interesting about the Capitol is the variety of sounds one experiences in the course of a day. For those of you who have yet to grace the halls of Georgia’s finest sausage-making facility, it is a fascinating study in auditory encounters. Let me see if I can guide […]

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Legislative Update 3.18.19

Legislative Update 3.18.19

Published: Mar 18, 2019   |   Category: Legislative Updates

One of the most challenging things to do towards the end of the legislative session is to convince oneself that wearing bedroom slippers to the capitol is still a bad idea. In the throes of an event that simultaneously resembles a public policy pop-quiz, a camping expedition and a rehearsal dinner held on Halloween, deciding […]

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Legislative Update 3.11.19

Legislative Update 3.11.19

Published: Mar 11, 2019   |   Category: Legislative Updates

Sometimes, at the state house, waiting for a lawmaker to emerge from chambers, or for 374 school children to get through the metal detector at the Washington Street entrance, you can find me daydreaming about other career choices I could have made. “What would it be like,” I wonder, “to have been a fill-in-the-blank?” I […]

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Legislative Update 3.4.19

Legislative Update 3.4.19

Published: Mar 4, 2019   |   Category: Legislative Updates

Let me just start by saying that today is PB&J Day at the Capitol. Each year, the Georgia peanut industry comes to the state house and brings a bunch of sandwiches and milk with them to share with the likes of us. It is one of my favorite days because not only can I live […]

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