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ATLANTA (February 24, 2020) | Today, Lt. Governor Geoff Duncan praised the efforts of Senator William Ligon and Senator John F. Kennedy for the passage of SB 123, which will protect Georgians by making it more difficult to dispose of coal ash in Georgia.
ATLANTA (February 24, 2020) | Today, Lt. Governor Geoff Duncan praised the Senate’s passage of the Surprise Billing Consumer Protection Act (SB 359).
ATLANTA (February 20, 2020) | Today, Lt. Governor Geoff Duncan expressed his support for Senate Bill 345, also known as the Save Our Sandwiches, or “S.O.S Bill.”
ATLANTA (February 20, 2020) | Today, Lt. Governor Geoff Duncan and Sen. Matt Brass (R – Newnan) praised the passage of Senate Bill 335 in the Senate. SB 335, sponsored by Sen. Brass, would make changes to Georgia’s foster care system and strengthen support for foster families.
Today, Lt. Governor Geoff Duncan announced his support for Fort Benning as the new home for the U.S. Army’s Fourth Corps Headquarters.
ATLANTA — The Office of Lt. Governor Geoff Duncan welcomes Hanna Yu in her new role as Press Secretary
Panel to Promote Georgia as Technology Capital of East Coast
ATLANTA -- Today, Lt. Governor Geoff Duncan announced a new addition to his senior staff. Macy McFall will join the Office of Lt. Governor as Director of Legislative Affairs and will oversee legislative and government relations on behalf of the Lieutenant Governor.
ATLANTA -- Yesterday, Lt. Governor Geoff Duncan celebrated College and Career Academies across Georgia by hosting the 12th Annual Business and Education Summit at Lanier Technical College in Gainesville.
ATLANTA – Lt. Governor Geoff Duncan released the following statement after learning of the death of former Georgia state senator Leroy Johnson: