News from Representative Jimmy Pruett  
Georgia House District 149 
March 9, 2017 

  • Kinship Care
  • Med. Cannabis
  • Military & Veterans
  • Ed. Reform
Bills of Interest

 HB 9
Expands privacy law to include "Upskirting"

Allows for Casino Gaming "Resorts"- Revenue to Education

Allows voters to decide the future for Medical Cannabis Growth and Distribution under strict limitations in Georgia
Provides for increased communication between regulatory agencies and small business owners over policy and rule changes
Jimmy's Legislation
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Committee Work

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Constituent Services
Rep. Pruett is dedicated to serving the people of District 149! Below is a list of services available to all residents in Rep. Pruetts district.

- School Visits & Student Engagement


Capitol Tours

Page Program 

Letters of Recognition


Event / Meeting Updates


- State Agency Assistance                         

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Contact Rep. Pruett:
Rep. Jimmy Pruett
401-D State Capitol
Atlanta, GA 30334

This week we returned to Capitol Hill to resume the ninth week of the legislative session. Following Crossover Day, which took place last Friday, we have begun taking up the many Senate bills that are now in the House chamber. I look forward to studying Senate measures that have been brought forth.

Last week we passed legislation dealing with Education reform, kinship care, medical cannabis and military measures. Please see below to read my full update. 

As we head into the last few days of session, please reach out to me with questions! As always, Thank you so much for allowing me to be your voice under the Gold Dome. May God bless and keep each and every one of you.  

Session Update
Week  8

Monday, February 27th, we returned to Capitol Hill for week eight of the legislative session, which ended Friday with Crossover Day. Any legislation that did not pass out of its respective chamber by Friday's deadline, will likely not have time to make it through the process and therefore will not be reconsidered until next session. We passed numerous bills this week in hopes that we can continue positive reform efforts and progress in the Peach State. 

Representative Pruett in Action!
Georgia General Assembly
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