The 2019 session of the Georgia General Assembly has officially wrapped up. And while not everything that agriculture in the state had been working for passed, Georgia Agribusiness Council (GAC) President Will Bentley says overall, it was a positive session for agriculture. To look back at any of the bills discussed during the 2019 session of the Georgia General Assembly, go to …
This was week seven of the 2019 session for the Georgia General Assembly, and according to Georgia Agribusiness Council (GAC) President, Will Bentley, it was an extremely busy week. And Bentley notes a big day is coming up next week.
Week six of the 2019 session for the Georgia General Assembly is underway. Georgia Agribusiness CouncilPresident Will Bentley says the pace has picked up, and he has seen a lot of bills of interest to agriculture.
The Georgia Agribusiness Council (GAC) held their annual meeting and legislative breakfast this week. GAC President Will Bentley says it was a fantastic event. Week four of the 2019 session for the Georgia General Assembly has been taking place this week, and Bentley discusses some bills of interest to agriculture.
With the Georgia General Assembly session scheduled to start January 14th, Tyron Spearman reports some legislative recommendations have been made to help rural Georgia.
Electronic Logging Devices (ELDs), a major issue for many in agriculture, has seen quite a bit of discussion this year by Georgia lawmakers. Bryan Tolar, president of the Georgia Agribusiness Council, says they are glad to see action being taken on this by the Georgia General Assembly. ELDs Discussed by Georgia General Assembly
The Georgia General Assembly just started the 2018 session last week, but already discussions concerning the new budget have taken place. Georgia Agribusiness Council President Bryan Tolar, looks at that and other issues they will be tracking this year. Georgia General Assembly Discussing Budget Issues
Heading into the final week of the 2017 Georgia legislative session, the General Assembly has wrapped up work on the budget for the next fiscal year. Georgia Agribusiness Council’s Bryan Tolar says the Council is pleased with the strong support for agriculture.
The Georgia General Assembly has kicked off their 2017 session in Atlanta, and according to Georgia Agribusiness Council President Bryan Tolar, they will once again be involved in this session.