Governor Nathan Deal's Public Statements

Office: Governor (GA), Republican
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5/25/16 Deal Announces Teacher Advisory Committee 5/24/16 Lowering Flags to Half-Staff on all Technical College System of Georgia Campuses 5/24/16 Deal Announces School Award Winners, Launches School Reports Website 5/23/16 Deal Names Environmental Protection Division Director 5/20/16 Deal Appoints Nine to Boards 5/19/16 Appointing the Honorable Bradford L. Rigby as District Attorney of the Cordele Judicial Circuit 5/19/16 Deal: Polymer Logistics to Create 110 Jobs, Invest $4 Million in Dublin 5/18/16 Deal: Keysight Technologies to Create More Than 200 Jobs in Atlanta 5/17/16 Deal: Georgia Will Protect Children from Federal Overreach 5/16/16 Deal Announces Professional Learning Grants for Mathematics and Computer Science 5/13/16 Appointing Members to the 9-1-1 Advisory Committee 5/11/16 Appointing a Review Commission Regarding the Indictment of the Mayor of the City of Mount Vernon 5/11/16 Appointing a Review Commission Regarding the Indictment of the Mayor of the City of Alamo 5/11/16 Regarding the McPherson Implementing Local Redevelopment Authority 5/10/16 Authorizing the Demolition and Removal of Certain Structures from the Atlanta State Farmers Market 5/10/16 Deal: Sparta Industries to Create More Than 1,000 Jobs in Milledgeville 5/10/16 Authorizing the Demolition and Removal of Certain Buildings from Georgia Southern University 5/10/16 Appointing Chadwick J. Wood as Special Officer, Norfolk Southern Railway Company 5/10/16 Authorizing the Demolition and Removal of Certain Buildings as Part of the Robins Air Force Base Buffer Project 5/09/16 Deal: Dollar General to Create More Than 500 Jobs 5/09/16 Deal: Schools Statewide Receive Additional $6.9 Million in Technology Grant Awards 5/09/16 Lowering Flags to Half-Staff in Honor of Peace Officers Memorial Day 5/06/16 Reappointing the Honorable Paul Freeman as a Member of the Sexual Offender Registration Review Board 5/06/16 Deal Appoints Three to Boards 5/06/16 Deal: April Tax Revenues up 3.3 Percent 5/05/16 Lowering Flags to Half-Staff in Honor and Memory of a Fort Valley State University Student Who Died While Defending Others 5/05/16 Deal Announces Judicial Appointment and District Attorney Appointment 5/05/16 Deal: Georgia Tourism Growth Sets New Record 5/03/16 Deal Signs Education Bills Increasing Opportunities for Students, Military Members 5/03/16 Directing the Technical College System and the University System of Georgia to Report Security Measures that are in Place for Each College 5/03/16 Deal Issues 2016 Veto Statements 5/02/16 Deal Signs FY 2017 Budget 4/28/16 Appointing the Honorable Tammi L. Hayward as State Court Judge of Clayton County 4/28/16 Lowering Flags to Half-Staff in Honor and Memory of University of Georgia Students Who Were Injured or Killed in a Tragic Automobile Accident. 4/28/16 Appointing the Honorable Eric Wayne Norris as Superior Court Judge of the Western Judicial Circuit 4/28/16 Appointing the Honorable Mary Elizabeth Priest as Superior Court Judge of the Appalachian Judicial Circuit 4/28/16 Appointing the Honorable John Edwin Worcester as Superior Court Judge of the Appalachian Judicial Circuit 4/27/16 Deal: Bill Makes "great strides' in Advancing Criminal Justice Reforms 4/21/16 Deal: Mohawk Industries to Create 200 Jobs in Dalton 4/20/16 Deal: Independent Transportation Study Confirms New Projects "Move the Needle' Across Georgia 4/13/16 Deal: Edencrete to Create More Than 250 Jobs in Augusta 3/28/16 Transcript: Deal HB 757 Remarks 3/15/16 Deal Applauds Passage of Tax-Relief Legislation 3/14/16 Deal Calls on General Assembly to Address "Campus Carry" Concerns 3/11/16 Deal: February Tax Revenues Up 24.9 Percent 3/10/16 Deal: HD Supply to Create 500 Jobs In Cobb County 2/18/16 Deal: Textron Specialized Vehicles Inc. to Create 400 Jobs In Augusta 2/10/16 Deal Announces Sixth Record Year in International Trade 2/10/16 Deal Announces Additional Investment in Medical Schools 2/09/16 Deal: Port Funding in Budget Falls Short

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