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The 82nd and current Governor of Georgia serving since 2011.
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ENG: John Nathan Deal (born August 25, 1942) is a United States politician, the 82nd and current Governor of Georgia. He was originally elected to the U.S. House of Representatives as a Democrat in 1992 but later switched to the Republican Party in 1995. On March 1, 2010 Deal announced his resignation from Congress to run for governor of Georgia. Deal faced a crowded field of candidates in the July Republican primary but ultimately faced former Georgia Secretary of State Karen Handel in a tightly contested August 10, 2010 primary runoff election, and won by fewer than 2500 votes. The following day Handel declined to pursue a recount and conceded. On November 2, Democratic opponent Roy Barnes called to concede the race for governor of Georgia, making Deal the governor-elect to succeed ...
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Governor signs $18.3 billion budget, vetoes college project


 Gov. Nathan Deal has signed an $18.3 billion state budget for the upcoming fiscal year, but not before vetoing about $42 million worth of proposed college construction projects. The budget for the fiscal year that starts July 1 contains no cost-of-living raises for 200,000 teachers and state employees and cuts university system funding. K-12 education funding will be about the same as it was this year, when many school districts furloughed employees and cut the number of school days to save money. Deal vetoed plans to borrow money for several college construction projects. The governor ...


Nathan Deal Takes Courageous Stand Against the Poors


Next time the devil goes down to Georgia, he’d better bring his papers with him. Gov. Nathan Deal don't cotton to any of them illegal alien types, of whom Satan is surely not even the most evil! Yes, more heinous even then Lucifer himself is the average impoverished Central American migrant farmworker, who works 18-hour days in the Georgia heat with no health benefits to offset, say, the cancers caused by the toxic chemicals he inhales all the livelong day and night. Nor can this selfish brown person count on guaranteed housing, aside from the occasional squalid group of trailers ...


Gov. Deal signs immigration bill into law


Georgia Gov. Nathan Deal, calling it "a rather historic moment," today signed a bill that cracks down on illegal immigration in the state by increasing some enforcement powers and requiring many employers to check the immigration status of new hires. The new law — the subject of heated debate in the Legislature — shares some similarities to a controversial law enacted last year in Arizona and another enacted this year in Utah. Part or all of those two laws have been blocked by federal judges, and opponents have said they'll sue to try to block Georgia's law. It authorizes law ...


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In case you missed it: Georgia makes National Geographic Traveler “Best of the World” list
The Georgia Department of Economic Development’s Tourism division last week announced that Georgia has been selected as one of National Geographic Traveler magazine’s 21 “Best of the World” destinations for 2017.
Gov. Deal gives State of the State address
Full text of Gov. Nathan Deal's State of the State address
Deal elevates drought response levels, further restricts outdoor water use
Based on recommendations by the Georgia Environmental Protection Division (EPD), Gov. Nathan Deal approved a Level 2 Drought Response designation for more than 50 counties.
Deal appoints 27 to boards
Judy Brownell, Board of Human Services (reappointment)



 
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