Should Georgians support Rep. Price (48th) and Sen. Burke (11th), and others, in their effort to change law that may affect the rights of pregnant women, minors, and health care providers who are afflicted with venereal disease or HIV or who may provide health care for such persons?
Should Georgians support Representative Golick, and others, in their effort to create law that may be used to penalize hotels, restaurants, baseball stadium operators or others who provide bathroom accommodations to the public if the wording of the bill is not changed to allow a provider to keep their bathrooms for male and female patrons separate and to, further, provide that the gender status of a person be based on a biological determination made at birth?
Should Georgians support Sen. Bethel, and others, in their effort to take back certain environmental regulations from the Federal goverments in the belief that such acts will keep energy costs low in Georgia?
Should Georgians support Rep. Hamilton in his effort to create taxpayer funded Educational Savings Accounts for Georgia’s K-12 students for the purpose of using such funds to fund attendance at private schools?
Should Georgians support Rep. Stover in his effort to stop potential conflicts of interest for General Assembly members by prohibiting employment in a non-elective position in state government for members in office or who have been out of office for less than one year?