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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..

20 November 2017

A Season of Service

Written by Senator Brandon Beach

Many of us take for granted the holiday season and all the fun and fellowship that comes with it. Christmas is a wonderful time of year to give back to your community, and repay some of the individuals who work tirelessly to make it great. It is especially important to recognize the sacrifices of our military veterans and their steadfast dedication to preserving the principles of our country.

21 September 2017

Getting Back on Track

Written by Senator Brandon Beach

One-hundred years ago, rail was by far the most efficient and modern form of transportation available to the general public. The Trans-Continental Railway united a nation in the thought that long distance travel could be fast, comfortable and affordable. Fast forward a hundred years, and our nation’s major cities are inundated with cars commuting to and from work, trucks carrying freight cross country and buses driving citizens around the city. While technology has drastically improved in the last 100 years, the riddle of easy, convenient and affordable transportation options remains unsolved.

22 August 2017

Creating New Information Highways

Written by Senator Brandon Beach

Information Technology (IT) is currently one of the fastest growing industries in the world. With a greater emphasis placed on globalization and cloud-computing, IT professionals continue to become more and more of an integral part of global commerce.

24 July 2017

The Road to Recovery

Written by Senator Brandon Beach

On the evening of March 30th, the fate of Atlanta’s infrastructure was compromised. The I-85 bridge had just collapsed, and no one was certain what kind of impact this would have on our city. We were given estimates of months until the bridge repairs would be complete, and we were to be faced with gridlock in all directions on our commute to work. But by May 13th, the bridge repairs were complete, and just like that — traffic was open in all directions. Remarkably, GDOT and its many partners proved those initial estimates wrong by finishing the project in just 43 days.

23 May 2017

It’s Time for Regional Transit Solutions

Written by Senator Brandon Beach

Life in metro Atlanta came to screeching halt at the end of March when a portion of I-85 collapsed. People who live in north Fulton, DeKalb and Gwinnett Counties were forced to find alternative routes to get into and out of Atlanta. The only good thing to come from this catastrophe is that people are now seeing the value in transit options and are beginning to use commute alternatives like MARTA.

20 February 2017

Cybersecurity: A Growing Need

Written by Senator Brandon Beach

When you make a purchase online, how likely are you to hesitate when asked to input your personal and credit card information? For most, you probably don’t even think twice about it, and you likely have this data saved on sites where you frequently shop, like Amazon. While this is convenient, it’s not necessarily smart. Protecting consumer data has been an issue for businesses across the country, and with companies continuing to push for online bill-pay systems and as online transactions continue to increase, the risk of an accidental or intentional data breach increases.

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.

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