Yong D. Park, Georgia Commission on Medical Cannabis
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Gov. Nathan Deal today announced that MI Metals, a leading aluminum extrusion company, will expand its existing operations in Millen, creating 100 jobs and investing $2 million over the next three years.
Gov. Nathan Deal today announced the appointment of the Honorable Jean-Paul “JP” Boulee as Superior Court judge of the Stone Mountain Judicial Circuit and the Honorable Michael James “Mike” Jacobs as State Court judge of DeKalb County.
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Gov. Nathan Deal announced today that Georgia’s net tax revenues for April totaled $1.93 billion, an increase of $252 million, or 15 percent, compared to April 2014.
Gov. Nathan Deal today signed into law the bill establishing next year’s $21.8 billion state budget, which will keep Georgia moving forward in education, public safety, economic development, health care and other key areas.
Gov. Nathan Deal nominated Jay Roberts as planning director of the Georgia Department of Transportation. Roberts begins in his new role on May 15.
Gov. Nathan Deal today signed into law HB 310, creating the Department of Community Supervision, one of his legislative priorities.
Gov. Nathan Deal today announced 136 local education authorities (LEAs) will be awarded more than $25.3 million from the second round of the Connections for Classrooms grant program, a collaborative funding effort between the Governor’s Office of Student Achievement (GOSA), the Georgia Department of Education and the One Georgia Authority to help ensure classrooms across the state have the high-speed broadband access required for digital and blended learning.
Gov. Nathan Deal today signed into law Senate Bill 138, legislation that improves communication within and among child welfare groups, such as state agencies and foster parents.