The Douglas County Chamber in partnership with the Junior League of Douglas County hosted a post-legislative discussion event featuring a panel discussion with state legislators. The event was held on Wednesday, May 1st at the Douglasville Conference Center. The event featured a panel discussion with Douglas County Delegation facilitated by Georgia Chamber President and CEO, Chris Clark.
Douglas County Delegation members in attendance included Sen. Kimberly Alexander, Sen. Mike Dugan, Sen. Donzella James, Rep. Roger Bruce, Rep William Boddie, Rep. Sharon Beasley-Teague, Rep. Micah Gravely, and Rep. J. Collins. The panel provided a summary of the legislative session, which began in January and ended late March. They also discussed the most important issues to Douglas and its business community.
Georgia Chamber President and CEO, Chris Clark, commented, “The Georgia Chamber supports the Douglas County Chamber’s efforts to educate residents and the business community on the importance of legislation and policy as it impact every business in this state. I applaud the Douglas County Delegation for taking the time to engage with business leaders and their continued support of free enterprise in Georgia.”
Chamber President and CEO, Sara Ray, commented, “It was an honor to host our local delegation and the Georgia Chamber for this inaugural event. We look forward to continuing to provide opportunities to educate residents and the community on legislative matters at the local, state and federal level.”
For a complete list of 2019 legislative updates or information about the Douglas County Chamber, visit www.douglascountygeorgia.com or contact their office at 770.942.5022.