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    to the online home of Pat Gardner, YOUR State Representative for Georgia House District 57 for 11 years. Proud to represent the "Heart and Soul" of Atlanta.

Legislative Report: Budget Week

 Legislative Report | January 26, 2015 Dropping school workers’ insurance creates controversy Last week, I joined my colleagues on the House and Senate Appropriations Committees for hearing and initial work on the annual state budget for fiscal year 2016, which begins July 1, as well as the amended budget for the remainder of the current …

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Georgia General Assembly: Week 1

Rep. Pat Gardner | Legislative Report | January 19, 2015 House Democrats outline 2015 legislative agenda The 2015 legislative agenda of the Democratic Caucus of the House of Representatives includes legislation to advance the following values: Economic Security. Improve the lives of Georgia’s families by creating jobs, helping build small businesses and protecting working families. …

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2015 Legislative Session begins Monday, January 12

2015 Legislative Session gets under way The 2015 session of the Georgia General Assembly convened Monday, January 12, the first of 40 legislative days for members of the House of Representatives and the Senate to address the major issues facing our state. I am honored to begin my 14th year of service of representing House …

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2015 Rep. Pat Gardner elected to House Democratic Leadership

Rep. Pat Gardner elected to House Democratic leadership Rep. Pat Gardner has been elected to serve as Secretary of the Democratic Caucus in the Georgia House of Representatives for the 2015 legislative session. Rep. Gardner has served on the Health Appropriations Subcommittee of Appropriations and the Committees on Transportation, Natural Resources, and Higher Education. She …

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ELECTIONS MATTER. Early voting has begun. Please remember to vote now or on November 4th. A list of Early voting sites for Fulton County are available at: http://sos.ga.gov/elections/CountyContacts/AdvanceVotingDisplay.aspx There are three Constitutional Amendments on the ballot. Here is an analysis and how Pat plans to vote.

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November 4th Election Matters

Study: Georgia opting out of Medicaid expansion carries heavy price tag Published: August 11, 2014 Georgia would lose $33.7 billion during the next decade by not expanding Medicaid coverage under the Affordable Care Act, according to a nonprofit social and economic research organization. View full article http://www.bizjournals.com/atlanta/blog/capitol_vision/2014/08/study-georgia-opting-out-of-medicaid-expansion.html

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