May 20, 2018

Wynn For Georgia Statement About Gun Safety Reform

Freedom’s safest place isn’t the NRA. Freedom’s safest place is a functional democracy that isn’t beholden to special interests. As your state Representative, I will work to undo the damage Mandi Ballinger has done to gun safety on our educational campuses. I will work tirelessly to repeal and replace campus carry with common-sense gun safety legislation that reduces gun violence …

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January 18, 2018

DACA Deal and DREAMers

DREAMers have grown up alongside U.S. children. They understand our culture, and long to live the American Dream. They have aspirations of becoming lawyers, teachers, engineers, and doctors and they deserve every opportunity to do just that. I stand with DREAMERs.

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December 26, 2017

Congress Cuts CHIP Funding

Children are the future and rely on adults to keep them healthy. I am appalled and disheartened that Congress has failed to fund the Children’s Health Insurance Program (CHIP – PeachCare for Kids). This program helps working families all across our district. In 2016, more than 134,000 Georgia kids were covered by this program, and now they face an uncertain …

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December 24, 2017

Trump Administration Says its OK to Hurt Our Seniors and Elderly

In what can only be described as a green light to hurt our nation’s seniors, the Trump Administration has decided to roll-back fines against nursing homes when they put their residents at risk of harm or injury. In a callous statement, Mark Parkinson, the President of the American Health Care Association (they lobby on behalf of the adult care industry) …

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November 21, 2017

November 21, 2017 – Net Neutrality

The internet is one of mankind’s greatest inventions. It unlocks possibilities for people the world over, connects us to new cultures, allows relationships to flourish, creates new ways to communicate with one another, and keeps us entertained no matter where we are. Georgia’s children use the internet every day to learn more about the world, to get help with schoolwork, …

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