Major Bipartisan Action


Here are a few things I thought you might be interested in:

1. Major Bipartisan Action

The United States Senate is taking major bipartisan action to roll back Dodd-Frank regulations hamstringing local banks, credit unions, and regional banks. These banks had nothing to do with the financial crisis in 2008, and removing these regulatory barriers will help free up capital in Georgia.

Read more in Metro Atlanta CEO

2. Overhauling Washington's Budget Process

Georgia is well-represented on the joint select committee to overhaul Washington's broken budget process. Congressman Rob Woodall (GA-07) and I were chosen to serve on the 16-member committee and are hopeful we'll be able to develop a new process that works.

Read more in The Atlanta-Journal Constitution.

3. Another Georgia Company Gives Tax Cuts Bonuses

Georgia is continuing to see the positive effects of tax cuts. This week, Atlanta-based Cox Enterprises announced it's giving 60,000 employees up to $2,000 bonuses because of our recent changes to the tax code.

Read more in Fox Business.