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Rep. Parsons appointed to the Joint Study Committee on the Property Tax Digest Impact on Education Funding

Information on the Georgia's Motor Vehicle Title Fee (Courtesy of Senate Pro-Tem David Shafer)

Governor Deal Signs HB 348

A letter on Education Funding in Georgia

Important Education Funding Information

 Governor Deal Signs HB 176


Rep. Parsons serves as the Chairman of the House Energy, Utilities and Telecommunications Committee

Rep. Parsons appointed to the General Assembly Fiscal Affairs Committee

Speaker Ralston appoints Rep. Parsons to two important NCSL standing committeess

House Speaker appoints Rep. Parsons to two key SLC standing committees








Mr. Republican  

The only method by which people can be supported is out of the effort of those who are earning their own way. We must not create a deterrent to hard work.”~ Robert A. Taft

 Robert Taft, the son of the 27th US President William Howard Taft, came from a family of distinguished politicians. In his 14 year career as a senator of Ohio, Taft consistently spoke out against the centralization of the federal government and the increasing involvement in world affairs. The passage of his Taft-Hartley Labor Act enacted legislation that balanced the relationship between labor Unions and management. In the era of Truman and Roosevelt, Robert Taft was a singular conservative voice that urged for more self-sufficient measures to tackle the nation problems.  For Taft it was the principles of individual opportunity, initiative, and freedom these were the founding and guiding principles of the United States.
Robert Taft principles came from a foundation of prestigious political lineage. His grandfather, Alphonso Taft, the Attorney General and Secretary of War under Ulysses S. Grant, while his father, William Howard Taft, was the 27th President of the United States and the tenth Chief Justice of the United States Supreme Court. William Taft is still the only person to have served in both of those offices. Robert was an exceptional student, attending both Yale College and Harvard Law School. He was an editor of the Harvard Law Review and in 1913 scored the highest on the Ohio State Bar Exam. Robert spent two years in Washington working for the Food and Drug Administration but later returned to Cincinnati to open his own firm. It wasn’t until 1920 that his began public service after being elected to the Ohio House of Representatives.


What's happenning at the Capitol?

Georgia's Response to Inclement Weather

House Passes Marijuana Bill

FCC passes Net Neutrality Bill

Solar Panel Update

 This week under the Gold Dome-1/30 

Transportation Question FAQ




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