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Help Conserve Our Way of Life
Monday, December 20, 2010
On Monday, January 10, the Georgia General Assembly will kick off the 2011 Legislative Session.
The Governor, Lt. Governor and 236 state senators and representatives will debate and pass a budget and policies that impact the water you drink, the air you breathe and your quality of life.
Hundreds of lobbyists will be walking the halls of the Capitol pressuring your legislators to vote one way or another, but ultimately, your elected officials will be held accountable you, the citizens and voters of Georgia.
Learn about and weigh in on critical decisions being made under the Gold Dome this year by signing up with the Georgia Environmental Action Network today.