U.S. Congressman Barry Loudermilk | E-Newsletter
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U.S. Congressman Barry Loudermilk
 
  Congratulations to Snyder Turner, Executive Director of Calvary Children’s Home, for being an Angels in Adoption Honoree. Snyder has been the Director of Calvary for over 46 years and has worked tirelessly to ensure children in need have a safe, loving, Christian environment in which to grow and learn.

Angels in Adoption Honorees are individuals whose contributions in the fields of adoption or foster care have an impact on a national scale.
 

 
  A Message from Rep. Loudermilk: Impeachment & Georgia's Record Economy  

 
 
Video of the Week: On National School Choice Week
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  Press Release of the Week: Republicans Introduce Bill To Secure Vulnerable Election Technology And Protect American Voter Information
 
  From the Committee on House Administration:

"Committee on House Administration Republicans, led by Ranking Member Rodney Davis (R-Ill.), issued the following statement after introducing the Protect American Voters Act (PAVA), which will be the first major update to the Help America Vote Act of 2002 (HAVA) in almost two decades. PAVA helps provide states with best practices and guidance to secure their election infrastructure and technology, parts of which were breached as a result of foreign interference in the 2016 election. Currently there is no clear security guidance on these parts of election infrastructure, which has created avoidable vulnerabilities.

Protect American Voters Act helps states protect their non-voting election equipment, like e-poll books and online voter registration databases that contain critical voter information, by directing the Election Assistance Commission (EAC) to update HAVA's testing and certification guidelines for election equipment that did not exist in 2002, allowing the election-related work of the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) to be more accessible and visible, and establishing an Election Cyber Assistance Unit to help prevent and/or address cyber-attacks."

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  In the News: Chemical group testing seven Georgia locations for ethylene oxide  
  From Rome News:

"A powerful trade association representing the chemical industry is testing the air in seven Georgia locations to measure ethylene oxide, a toxic gas used for sterilizing medical supplies.

'These sites were selected to get a broad range of data on background levels of (ethylene oxide) across differing environments,' said Tom Flanagin, a spokesperson for the American Chemistry Council, who confirmed the testing in an email to Georgia Health News."

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  Social Media of the Week: Holocaust Remembrance  

 
  Social Media of the Week: Great to See Some Members of the U.S. Air Force in D.C.  

 
Social Media of the Week: Georgia AIPAC Event

 
Social Media of the Week: Top Tweets

 
Graphic of the Week: New VA Clinic in Cobb County
 
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