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Holiday Season ‘Thank You’ letter to State Employees from Governor Deal

Which 2014 bills were signed into law?

The bill signing period for the 2014 Legislative Session has concluded.

Governor Deal had three options when reviewing bills and resolutions sent to his desk. He could sign or veto each lithuanian webcams xxx bill, or free online anal sex stories he could choose to do neither. Unlike the president, the governor doesn’t have a “pocket veto.” If he does nothing, the bill becomes law without his signature. An actual veto is required to kill a bill that was sent to him. Last year, Gov. Deal vetoed five bills. This year, he vetoed 10.

To see a complete list of all legislation that Gov. Nathan Deal signed, click here. You can find an explanation of some of the new laws on

To see a list of the bills Gov. Deal vetoed, click here.

Deal Proclaims Aug. 28 “Share the Journey Day”

MLK 50th Anniversary

Today, Gov. Deal proclaimed Aug. 28 as “Share the Journey Day” in honor of the 50th anniversary of the March on Washington. Earlier this year, Gov. Deal joined leaders of the Civil Rights movement to celebrate the life of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.

The proclamation states: “Upon the 50th anniversary of this defining moment in the Civil Rights movement, it is fitting that we reflect on the sacrifices and experiences that were endured to achieve the ideals championed by our founding documents and finally fulfilled through the products of this movement.”

To share your thoughts about what this anniversary means to you, click on the photo to the left to comment on Gov. Deal’s Facebook page.