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09.08.17

Evacuation Details

As Hurricane Irma gets closer to making landfall in the U.S., I wanted to share an update on resources available to those of you seeking shelter. I cannot stress enough: Hurricane Irma is powerful and deadly. If you are in the evacuation zone, please get to a safe area. View evacuation routes here or on the image below. Beginning at 8 a.m. on Saturday, September 9, ALL I-16 lanes will travel westbound. Check real-time traffic updates here. If you have been evacuated, view a list of s… Continue Reading


09.07.17

Preparing For Hurricane Irma

As Georgians brace for the impact of Hurricane Irma, I wanted to make sure you have this important information. Beginning Saturday morning, a mandatory evacuation is in place for Chatham County, all areas east of I-95, and some areas west of I-95. These areas are highlighted in yellow below. For your safety and for the safety of our first responders, please take this storm seriously. If you live in the evacuation zone, please follow instructions from local authorities and move to a safe are… Continue Reading


08.04.17

Introducing The RAISE Act

President Trump and I have a plan to fix our immigration system. Our plan is pro-worker. It creates a skills-based immigration system that will raise wages for American workers and meet the needs of our economy. Our plan is pro-growth. It welcomes talented individuals from around the world who wish to come to the United States legally to contribute to our economy. It does not touch temporary work visas regularly used in the agriculture, tourism, and hospitality industries. Our plan is prove… Continue Reading


07.25.17

The Next Step

Today, Senate Republicans took the next step to protect people from Obamacare's failures. Despite the continued stream of misinformation from Democrats, Obamacare is collapsing under its own weight. Soon, the very people who need help the most will lose their insurance. Here in Georgia, because of Obamacare: 96 of 159 counties only have one health care provider, Premiums have risen more than 105%, More than 300,000 Georgians do not have access to affordable insurance today. This faile… Continue Reading

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