2017 Agenda Shaping Up To Be An Interesting One For The Georgia General Assembly
With the 2017 session of the General Assembly fast approaching, the United Tea Party of Georgia has outlined a number of agenda items it expects will gain a lot of notoriety in the coming year.
Expected to make a return are the Religious Liberty Bill and Campus Carry legislation, both of which were vetoed by Gov. Deal in 2016. Other high-profile items include parimutuel Betting (Horse Racing), recreational marijuana, and the abolition of the Electoral College.
Note: the United Tea Party of Georgia will NOT be meeting this December. Regular meeting will resume on January 5th.
The United Tea Party of Georgia (formerly the Gwinnett Tea Party) meets three times each month - on the First Thursday in Lawrenceville, the Second Monday in Cumming and on the Last Tuesday in Buford.
Meetings are open to anyone, and all are welcome!
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