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Day 3: PAGE Legislative Team Intro & Report Subscription Details; Education at Eggs & Issues

PAGE Legislative Team Introduction & Subscribing to PAGE Reports

PAGE has expanded the team advocating for you under the Gold Dome. Learn more about us, the work we do on your behalf, and subscription to PAGE daily and weekly reports in this short video

Education News from Eggs & Issues

Along with hundreds of elected officials, lobbyists, and business people, PAGE attended the annual Georgia Chamber of Commerce Eggs and Issues breakfast. This year, the event was held on the field at Mercedes-Benz Stadium, and MARTA provided electric bus rides from the Capitol to the event. Check out the photos from the event taken by Director of Legislative Services Margaret Ciccarelli.

Atlanta Mayor Andre Dickens, House Speaker Jon Burns (R-Newington), Lt. Gov. Burt Jones, and Gov. Brian Kemp each delivered remarks.

Jones’ and Burns’ remarks referenced K-12 education. While the lieutenant governor encouraged the House to consider private school voucher legislation which originated in the Senate, the Speaker focused on supporting the governor’s proposed $45,000 per school annual school safety initiative, continued literacy efforts, and social media and cyberbullying in schools.  

Slow Day Under the Gold Dome

The Gold Dome was relatively quiet today, but Capitol watchers eagerly await Gov. Kemp’s State of the State address tomorrow.

Upcoming Schedule

Thursday, Jan. 11 – Legislative Day 4

  • Gov. Kemp’s State of the State address, 11 a.m., State Capitol


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