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Cagle To Land Governor Deal’s Endorsement; Kemp To Pick Up Hill’s

We are hearing rumors floating around, InsiderAdvantage is also reporting said rumors, that Governor Nathan Deal will be announcing his endorsement of Lieutenant Governor Casey Cagle as soon as Monday.  In terms of endorsements, this one is a whale.  Governor Deal, thus far, has stayed out of the Republican gubernatorial primary focusing on matters of

$60 Million Lifeline Cast To Georgia’s Rural Hospitals

Lieutenant Governor Casey Cagle and Georgia House Speaker David Ralston issued a joint statement announcing that Georgia’s Rural Hospital tax credit reached its full donation cap for the first time ever.  This means that $60 million will be directed to 58 of Georgia’s most distressed rural hospitals.  The efforts of former state Representative Geoff Duncan

Governor and Lt. Governor To FAA: Spaceport Camden Is Go For Launch

A lot of the focus of economic growth is around the metro Atlanta area….which makes since due to the fact that the majority of Georgia’s population works and/or resides in the metro area.  However, South Georgia is getting some well-deserved attention not just because of the Savannah port, but because of Spaceport Camden.  Spaceport Camden

Jamie Dupree Finds A New Voice

Those of you who listen to WSB in Atlanta may remember newscasts with Washington updates from Jamie Dupree.  Jamie lost his voice in the spring of 2016 due to a medical condition called “Tongue Protrusion Dystonia”.  The condition leaves, as he explains in this blog entry from last December, him with a strained, strangled voice. 

Sine Die Wrap-Up: A Joint Statement From The Lieutenant Governor And Speaker Of The House

Below is a joint press release covering the accomplishments of the Georgia General Assembly this year after adjourning Sine Die as well as the made through Governor Nathan Deal’s leadership. Atlanta, GA – Today, Lt. Governor Casey Cagle and Speaker David Ralston (R-Blue Ridge) led the General Assembly to adjourn Sine Die for the 154th legislative session. This