ATLANTA -- Georgia Senate Majority Leader Chip Rogers (R-Woodstock) has created a special policy group that will help research and craft legislation based on the best ideas from other states and the "Solution Summits" currently being held around Georgia.
"Finding the best ideas for Georgia is a year-long process," Rogers said. "We are committed to working directly with Georgia citizens and our counterparts in other states to identify the most beneficial policy ideas. It is important that we as a Senate take a proactive, not reactive approach to policy."
The group is comprised of Rogers and four other senators:
* Jim Butterworth (R-Cornelia)
* Bill Hamrick (R-Carrollton)
* Josh McKoon (R-Columbus)
* Mitch Seabaugh (R-Sharpsburg)