This week, Ossoff and Warnock focused on improving truck driving training in South Georgia, speaking out against the Republican request to redraw Alabama's congressional maps, surveying the damage left by Hurricane Idalia, and new legislation to prepare for the future workforce.
This week, Sens Ossoff and Warnock focused on providing fire safety resources across Georgia, addressing the shortages in chemotherapy drugs, pushing for student loan debt cancellations and ensuring Georgians were prepared for Hurricane Idalia.
This week, Ossoff and Warnock focused on providing counseling and mental health services to Georgia military families; delivering resources to improve early childhood education across Northwest Georgia; previewing new legislation improving workforce shortages in childcare; and upgrading Georgia’s Kings Bay Naval Submarine Base.
This week, Ossoff and Warnock focused on delivering health care resources to Mount Vernon, Ga.; legislation providing upgrades to Fort Gordon’s Cyber Center of Excellence and Robins Air Force Base; and improving fire safety throughout metro Atlanta and North Georgia.
This week, Sens. Jon Ossoff and Raphael Warnock were in Georgia and focused on new projects for the Moody Air Force Base; affordable housing for young military families; stopping Senate leadership from cutting federal support to Georgia hospitals; and resources for domestic violence resources.
This week, Sens. Ossoff and Warnock focused on maternal health research; uninsured patients affording insulin; specialty crop farmers; expanded health care for service members; water projects along the Chattahoochee River; and national security.
Georgia U.S. Sen. Jon Ossoff has successfully led bipartisan efforts to improve national security and the quality of life for Georgia service members, military families, and veterans. The success comes from his work with the FY24 National Defense Authorization Act, which Ossoff helped pass last week in Congress.
This week, Georgia U.S. Sens. Jon Ossoff and Raphael Warnock worked with legislation focused on financial protections for service members; AI protections for children; protecting journalists globally; and stopping partisan inference in elections.
This week Georgia U.S. Sens. Jon Ossoff and Raphael Warnock introduced legislation focused on first-time, first-generation homebuyers; voting; national security, and animal shelters. They also shared details on their work to improve Georgia’s airports, the onion industry, and background checks for individuals who work with children.
This week Georgia U.S. Sens. Jon Ossoff and Raphael Warnock introduced legislation focused on maternal mortality, universal insulin cap, small-business support for disabled veterans, fentanyl trafficking and Georgia's citrus industry.
This week was cut short in observance of the Fourth of July on Tuesday. Still, U.S. Sens. Jon Ossoff and Raphael Warnock were in Georgia and made appearances in Savannah and Macon to address issues concerning Anti-Semitic protests, affordable insulin, and aviation investments and also delivered resources to the city of Augusta and Hancock County to improve early childhood education.
This week, U.S. Sens. Jon Ossoff and Raphael Warnock delivered funds for the state related to fire safety, rural broadband expansion, Atlanta BeltLine construction, Middle Georgia infrastructure projects and a clean energy footprint at Georgia State University.
This week, Georgia U.S. Sens. Jon Ossoff and Raphael Warnock introduced new legislation focused on tax cuts, reproductive health care, and land-grant institutions; approved grants for broadband in rural Georgia; and delivered resources to help public safety in Allentown.
This week, Georgia's U.S. Sens. Jon Ossoff and Raphael Warnock are back in Washington, D.C., where they held hearings for concerns around artificial intelligence. They also introduced new legislation focused on military job flexibility, aviation, and rideshare services.
Each week this summer on Fridays, we'll run down a list of activities that follow your dollars back to communities in Georgia.