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SenBrandonBeach-largerBrandon Beach is a Republican state senator who represents District 21, which includes parts of Cherokee and North Fulton counties. He is also the president/CEO of the Greater North Fulton Chamber of Commerce. 404-463-1378, This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

26 January 2017

Be Heart-Healthy

Written by Senator Brandon Beach

Did you know that heart disease is the number one killer of men and women in the United States? According to the Centers for Disease Control (CDC), one in three deaths is caused by heart disease, claiming nearly one million lives annually. Even more shocking, heart disease and stroke cost America nearly $1 billion a day in medical costs and lost productivity. That’s one in six U.S. healthcare dollars spent on cardiovascular disease. The facts are astonishing, and while these statistics are significant, there is good news; heart disease is preventable.

22 November 2016

Remember the Reason for the Season

Now that it’s December, people all around Georgia are feeling pressure to purchase gifts for their loved ones. Christmas is a time of celebration, family time and giving. It’s a time for reflection on the year and acknowledging all that has come to pass.

24 October 2016

Farm-to-Consumer: Georgia's New Industry

Written by Senator Brandon Beach

Georgia is home to a wide variety of industries, from automotive and manufacturing to farming and agribusiness. One of the great parts of Georgia, especially this time of year, is the abundance of u-pick farms, wineries and corn mazes for us to visit. These Georgia-grown attractions are not only drawing in locals, but quite a few out-of-state visitors as well.

23 September 2016

Educating Georgia

Written by Senator Brandon Beach

An education is the greatest tool someone can have. It sets the foundation for a life full of possibilities and fulfillment. It’s imperative that we work together to ensure our students have the opportunity to receive a top-notch public education that will set the course for future learning and success. We’re fortunate in Cherokee and North Fulton to have some of the best public schools in Georgia.

24 August 2016

Making Georgia the Next Silicon Valley

Written by Senator Brandon Beach

Nestled in the south and home to the world’s most efficient airport, the fourth largest shipping port, one of the most expansive transportation infrastructures in the nation and named the best state in the nation to do business three years running, it is no wonder companies are flocking to Georgia. Our state’s pro-business climate and favorable business tax structure are among the top reasons our state is home to over 16,000 technology companies, 20 Fortune 500 headquarters and 440 Fortune 500 companies.

22 July 2016

Study Committees: An In-depth Look at Some of GA’s Important Issues

Written by Senator Brandon Beach

Every year, between legislative sessions, the General Assembly selects several important issues to study in-depth, over several months. The result of these study committees comes in the form of a final report and can include a legislative recommendation.

22 June 2016

Strong Georgia

Written by Senator Brandon Beach

In the heat of the Georgia summer, many Georgians take the opportunity to visit Georgia’s coastline or spend time on a beautiful lake. There are many great natural and historical attractions in our state. As a result of the great tourism industry performance, the U.S. Travel Association and Tourism Economics said that the Georgia’s tourism industry generated $58.9 billion in business sales in 2015.

20 May 2016

Conservative Solutions

Now that the Governor has signed legislation into law, I am proud to say that one of my bills that will reduce the bureaucratic weight of government will go into effect. Senate Bill 346, called the “Environmental Policy Act,” was introduced to make the application of state funds more efficient and cost effective. SB 346 passed with broad conservative support in both the House and Senate and was signed by the Governor on April 26, 2016.

25 March 2016

End of Session

Written by Senator Brandon Beach

The 2016 Legislative Session came to a close on March 24th with the usual celebrations and fanfare. After 40 working days, your state legislature addressed a number of issues important to the people of Georgia. The only requirement of the Georgia General Assembly is to pass a balanced budget for the upcoming fiscal year.

19 November 2015

Reflecting on 2015

Written by Senator Brandon Beach

In just a few short weeks, the 2016 legislative session will be at hand. The General Assembly will gavel into another 40 days of work for the people of Georgia. Before diving into the issues that will be front and center during 2016, it is important to reflect on the year that is coming to a close.

22 October 2015

Thanking Our Heroes

Written by Senator Brandon Beach

Today’s military looks very different than it did just a few years ago. Technology has evolved so rapidly that the look and feel of our nation’s service men and women have had to change along with it. With the addition of U.S. Army Cyber Command to Fort Gordon, more active military personnel will call our state home. This great honor for our state means that Georgia will be where more and more active, reserve and eventually retired military personnel live, work and raise their families.

24 September 2015

Growing Film Industry Thrives in Cherokee County

Written by Senator Brandon Beach

This year alone, movies starring Tom Cruise, Michael Keaton, Vin Diesel, Kristen Stewart and Steve Martin all spent time shooting scenes in Cherokee County. These films are a portion of the thriving television and film industry in Georgia, which generated a $6 billion economic impact for the state in Fiscal Year 2015, according to the Georgia Department of Economic Development.

24 August 2015

Studying Changes for Saving the Hope Scholarship

Written by Senator Brandon Beach

In early July, Lt. Governor, Casey Cagle, announced that I will chair a special study committee to investigate and eventually recommend ways additional revenues can be supplied to Georgia’s HOPE Scholarship Program. Officially titled the “Senate Preservation of the HOPE Scholarship Program Study Committee,” our objective is to look at alternative ways Georgia students can continue to receive substantial technical and university tuition awards for years to come.

24 July 2015

Cyber Security

Written by Senator Brandon Beach

Every day, your data is under attack. Hackers from all around the world are chasing your credit card information, social security number, date of birth, and other identifying data. Several high profile data breaches have spent weeks in the news, cost millions of dollars and cast a bright light on the need for more rigorous cyber security, in both the public and private sectors.

25 June 2015

New Laws Going Into Effect

Written by Senator Brandon Beach

As the calendar moves into the summer months, new laws are going into effect. The Georgia General Assembly works hard during our time in the Capitol to pass laws that are good for Georgia and the future of those that live in it.

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