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Update on Legislation from 2023 Legislative Session

As Chairman of the Energy, Utilities and Telecommunications Committee in the Georgia House of Representatives,
 I have the opportunity and responsibility to to review many important issues that touch our lives every day. I have also worked on issues such as "vctims' rights", "schoolbus safety" "vehicle emissions" and "cybersecurity" just to list a few.

Many of the bills I have worked on and successfully passed over the years have been the result of constituent input. Please contact me with any suggestions you might have.

A gentleman came to my house years ago to share a very old clipping from The Chicago Tribune by Nick Poulos, "The Time They Remember the Forgotten Man", which was an excerpt from an 1883 lecture by a Yale professor; the thesis of it being that Tax Day is the only time he is remembered.

From - The Time They Remember the Forgotten Man by Nick Poulos – The Chicago Tribune

With the deadline fast approaching for the American taxpayer to file his annual income tax return, we are reminded of William Graham Sumner’s thoughts on the “Forgotten Man". Sumner. a Yale University professor, delivered his classic lecture on the subject in 1883.

Here are some excerpts from that talk.

"The Forgotten Man is the man who never is thought of. He is the honest laborer, ready to earn his living by productive work. We pass him by because he is independent, self-supporting, and asks no favors. He does not appeal to the emotions or excite the sentiments. . . read more

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Georgia Law requires political committees to report the name, mailing address, occupation and name of employer for each individual whose contributions aggregate in excess of $100 in a calendar year. Contributions to Friends of Don Parsons are not deductible for tax purposes. State law allows individuals, corporations and political action committees to contribute a maximum of $3,300 for the primary election, $1,800 for a runoff election and $3,300 for the General Election.

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It is an honor to serve as your State Representative in the Georgia General Assembly.

Thank you for visiting my website. I hope the infomation here will help you learn more about my reelection campaign and my service to you. Please do not hesitate to get in touch with me when I can be of assistance. You can contact me at don@donparsons.net or 770-977-4426.

I invite you to contact me with questions about issues that are important to you.



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