July 2020
Supporting Mothers and Babies

House Bill 1114 signed by Governor Kemp

“The #1 state for business cannot be among the worst for new mothers.” – Speaker David Ralston The Georgia House Republican Caucus has made it a priority to combat the high level of maternal mortality in our state. That is why the House created the Study Committee on Maternal Mortality, co-chaired by Chairman Sharon Cooper and Chairman Mark Newton, and pushed for the passage of House Bill 1114 which extends medicaid coverage for new mothers from 2 months to 6…

February 2015
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Learn more about the More Take Home Pay Act

Highlights: A middle-class Georgia family of four making $29,500 or more per household will see an increase in take home pay. Lowers the state individual and business income tax from 6% to 4% over a three year period. Cuts income taxes by over $2.5 billion for Georgia families. Eliminates tiered income tax brackets, creating one flat tax that applies to all Georgians.  Broadens the tax base to create a more consumption-based tax structure. Georgia’s tax system is antiquated and overcomplicated,…

December 2014

Rep. Peake and the Joint Study Committee on Prescription of Medical Cannabis for Serious Medical Conditions Discuss Recommendations at Final Hearing

ATLANTA — State Representative Allen Peake (R-Macon) and the members of the Joint Study Committee on Prescription of Medical Cannabis for Serious Medical Conditions held their final meeting today at the State Capitol to discuss potential guidelines and recommendations for future legislation. Rep. Peake released the following comment about the committee’s last meeting: “This committee worked diligently to study this issue and present a detailed list of possible guidelines and recommendations for future legislation that encompasses all that we have…



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