News

In The News
Gov Kemp on Fox News Discussing Misconceptions Surrounding Georgia's Election Bill
March 31, 2021
Georgia Governor Brian Kemp on Fox News discussing Georgia's election reform bill SB 202. More
Blog Postings
Business Brief: PPP Extended Through May
March 30, 2021
March 30, 2021 Dear GA 11, This week, Congress extended the deadline for small businesses to apply for the Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) through May 31, 2021. The extension will also include a 30-day period for the Small Business Administration (SBA) to process applications that are still pending. As of January 13, the PPP reopened for small businesses to apply for a second round of relief. Eligible businesses are those that have exhausted their first PPP loan, have 300 or fewer employees, a... More
Blog Postings
Rep. Loudermilk Discussing Georgia's Election Bill, Infrastructure, COVID and More on Newsmax
March 30, 2021
The Congressman appeared on “National Report” on Newsmax TV ton Monday, March 29, 2021, to discuss the election reform bill Governor Kemp signed into law last week. More
Press Releases
Rep. Loudermilk Introduces Bill to Improve Privacy and Protect Americans’ Personal Information
March 18, 2021
Rep. Barry Loudermilk (R-Ga) issued the following statement after he introduced the Protecting Investors’ Personally Identifiable Information Act: “The Securities and Exchange Commission’s new database called the Consolidated Audit Trail (CAT) will be a one-stop-shop for malign governments and hackers to access the personally identifiable information of every single American who invests in the stock market unless serious safeguards are put into place. The SolarWinds cyberattack in 2020, which is... More
Press Releases
Rep. Loudermilk Supports America’s Reopening Instead of Dems $1.9 Trillion Non-COVID Bill
March 10, 2021
Rep. Barry Loudermilk (R-Ga) issued the following statement after the House voted on Democrats’ $1.9 trillion ‘non-COVID’ stimulus package, H.R. 1319: “All the economy needs before it comes roaring back is a full and complete reopening, not endless shutdowns or payouts to liberal states and special interest groups. Of the Democrats’ $1.9 trillion package, only nine percent is COVID-related spending; the rest goes to things like bailing out poorly run states, funding to foreign countries, and cli... More
Twitter
February 8, 2017

[FIRESIDESERVICE] File out_1F.dat for site 433 finished at 2/8/2017 9:44:03 AM, records 783, errors 69

Browse News
Search