Posts Tagged ‘State Representative Wes Cantrell’

EDITORIAL: Would “Destination Resorts” in Georgia Boost our Economy? Don’t Bet On It!

By State Representative Wes Cantrell (R-Woodstock)

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Governor Deal Signs the Child Abuse Records Protection Act Authored By Rep. Cantrell

ATLANTA — State Representative Wes Cantrell (R-Cantrell) today announced that House Bill 725, The Child Abuse Records Protection Act, was signed into law by Governor Nathan Deal on Tuesday, April 26, 2016 at a bill signing ceremony in the governor’s office. (more…)

House Passes Child Abuse Records Protection Act

ATLANTA — The Georgia House of Representatives recently passed House Bill 725, The Child Abuse Records Protection Act, legislation authored by State Representative Wes Cantrell (R-Woodstock), which seeks to protect the confidentiality of records of child abuse cases held by children’s advocacy centers (CAC). (more…)

Roll the Dice or off to the Races? Don’t Bet on Either to Restore HOPE or Benefit Georgia!

By State Representative Wes Cantrell (R-Woodstock)

House Bill 677, a 127 page bill to legalize casino gambling in Georgia was introduced at the end of the 2015 legislative session. (more…)

Rep. Cantrell Pre-Files Child Abuse Records Protection Act

ATLANTA— State Representative Wes Cantrell (R-Woodstock) recently pre-filed House Bill 725, The Child Abuse Records Protection Act, which seeks to protect the confidentiality of records of child abuse cases held by children’s advocacy centers (CAC). (more…)