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Nathan Deal's Public Statements

Office: Governor (GA), Republican
Date Title
Dec. 20, 2011 Deal Releases Dougherty CRCT Investigation Report
Nov. 14, 2011 Deal: Obamacare Case Critical to State's Future
Nov. 8, 2011 Deal: October Net Revenue Numbers Up 5.4 Percent
Nov. 2, 2011 Deal: Georgia's Bond Sale Nets Historic Low Rates
Oct. 27, 2011 Deal: Georgia Keeps AAA Ratings
Oct. 12, 2011 Deal to Lead Economic development Mission to Asia
Oct. 7, 2011 Deal: September Revenue Numbers Up 5.6 Percent
Oct. 6, 2011 Georgia Seeks Federal Approval of Maps in Court
Oct. 6, 2011 Deal Lowers HOT Lane Rates
Sept. 9, 2011 Deal: August Revenue Numbers Up 9.1 Percent
Sept. 9, 2011 Deal Gives Remarks, Holds Moment of Silence in Honor of 9/11
Sept. 8, 2011 Deal: Georgia Counties Receive Federal Agricultural Disaster Designation
Sept. 7, 2011 Deal Signs Congressional Map
Sept. 1, 2011 State's Leaders Discuss Next Steps on Preclearance
Aug. 27, 2011 Georgia Will Appeal Court Ruling on HB 87
Aug. 22, 2011 Deal: AAA Rating Yields Historically Low Rates
Aug. 18, 2011 Deal Initiative Aims to End Internet Gambling Parlors
Aug. 10, 2011 Deal Issues Call for 2011 Special Legislative Session
Aug. 9, 2011 Deal: July Rvenue Numbers Up 7.3 Percent
July 13, 2011 Deal: June Revenue Numbers up 6.2 Percent
July 8, 2011 State will complete CRCT probe into Dougherty
July 5, 2011 Deal Releases Findings of Atlanta School Probe
June 27, 2011 Georgia will appeal court ruling on HB 87
June 22, 2011 Deal: AAA Rating Yields Historically Low Rates
June 14, 2011 Gov. Deal's Statement on the Status of Agriculture Workforce in Georgia:
June 10, 2011 Deal and Georgia Delegation to Expand Economic Ties with Canada
June 8, 2011 Deal: May Revenue Numbers Up 2.5 Percent
June 2, 2011 Deal Creates Georgia Health Insurance Exchange Advisory Committee: Committee will Study the Establishment of a State-Based Health Care Exchange
May 26, 2011 Deal Honors Georgia's Fallen Service Members: Governor Orders Flags to Half-Staff for Memorial Day
May 18, 2011 New U.K. Relationship May Boost State's Economy: Deal Announces UK Trade & Investment to Establish Base in Georgia
May 17, 2011 Deal Signs Budget, Issues Veto Statements
May 16, 2011 Deal Endorses Crucial Savannah Infrastructure Investment
May 16, 2011 Deal Endorses Crucial Savannah Infrastructure Investment
May 13, 2011 Deal SignsImmigration Reform: Legislation Protects Taxpayers, Employers While Upholding Rule of Law
May 11, 2011 Deal: April Revenues Up 2.6 Percent
May 9, 2011 Deal Launches Fitness Initiative: SHAPE Program Goes Statewide to Tackle Childhood Obesity
May 9, 2011 Deal Signs Child Booster Seat Bill, Creates MLK Advisory Council
May 6, 2011 Deal Signs Agriculture Bills
May 5, 2011 Deal Signs Bill to Designate Funding for Burn Trauma Centers
May 4, 2011 Deal Signs Bill to Establish Mental Health Courts: In Milledgeville Ceremony, Governor also Enacts Law that Expands Seniors' Assisted-Living Options
May 3, 2011 Deal Signs Bill to Fight Human Trafficking: Governor Modernizes Georgia Legal Code, Including Updated Rules of Evidence
May 2, 2011 Deal Signs Reservoir Bill: New Law Allows Public-Private Partnerships
April 30, 2011 President OKs Disaster Declaration: Deal, Delegation Requested Aid for 16 Counties Hit Hardest by Storm
April 29, 2011 Fox News "Your World Cavuto" - Transcript
April 28, 2011 CNN "CNN Newsroom" - Transcript
April 27, 2011 Deal Declares State of Emergency: Four Counties Named; List Expected to Grow as Storm Moves
April 26, 2011 Deal Launches Georgia Competitiveness Initiative
April 22, 2011 Deal Enacts Criminal Justice Reform Council: Governor Signs Legislation in Hall County Drug Court Where His Son is Presiding Judge
April 21, 2011 Kia to Produce New Optima in Georgia: Deal Welcomes 1,000 New Jobs That Will Stem from Expansion, Praises West Georgia Workforce
April 19, 2011 Deal: Georgia Infrastructure Fuels More Kia Jobs
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