You’re Invited to Cocktails & Connections – A VSU Alumni Event

Posted by Brian on August 30, 2019

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  I am pleased to announce this event coming to McDonough, Georgia, on October 3rd, 2019! Cocktails & Connections will be a night of networking with old friends and new. The event is highlighting VSU alumni-owned businesses right here on the south side of Metro Atlanta. Lindsay and I are proud Valdosta State alumni so you can imagine how excited we are for this event coming to our hometown. Also, it is not a requirement

2019 Georgia Session Update – Week Twelve

Posted by Brian on April 10, 2019

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2019 Georgia Session Update – Week Ten

Posted by Brian on March 29, 2019

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Passing the Anti-Human Trafficking Protective Response Act

Posted by Brian on March 14, 2019

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ATLANTA (March 2, 2019) | Senate Bill 158, or the “Anti-Human Trafficking Protective Response Act,” sponsored by Sen. Brian Strickland (R-McDonough) passed the Senate. I was honored to stand before my colleagues in the Senate, my wife and Georgia’s new First Lady, Marty Kemp, to present such an important and valuable measure. Human trafficking is one of the most horrific crimes, and it is critical that we approach the issue from every angle possible. One of

2019 Georgia Session Update – Week Seven

Posted by Brian on March 12, 2019

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By: Sen. Brian Strickland (R – McDonough) This week, the Senate took up and passed 28 bills and with next week representing our biggest legislative deadline of the session so far, our work shows no signs of slowing down. I was also honored this week to sponsor a comprehensive update on how our state tackles the issue of human trafficking. Senate Bill 158, or the “Anti-Human Trafficking Protective Response Act”, is designed to help our