March 4, 2019

The Holland Report – 2019, Week 6

I wanted to focus this legislative update on some of the more positive and interesting legislation that I was happy to support and which passed the House last week. HB 64 (Rep. Brian Prince) requires child welfare agencies to determine whether a parent or guardian of a child who is the subject of abuse allegations is on active duty in …

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February 28, 2019

The Holland Report – 2019, Week 5

NOTE: We held this week’s update so we could bring you the developments that took place over the past week and a half on HB 316 – the omnibus voting machines / election reform bill. “Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful, committed citizens can change the world; indeed, it is the only thing that ever has.” ~ Margaret …

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February 19, 2019

The Holland Report – 2019, Week 4

Last week – week four – marked the first full week of consecutive work days for the Georgia General Assembly. It started and ended with voting issues. On Monday Secretary of State, Brad Raffensperger, addressed a group of bipartisan legislators from the House and Senate and answered our questions about a myriad of topics related to voting. He told us …

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February 11, 2019

The Holland Report – 2019, Week 3

The pace picked up during Week 3 of the Georgia General Assembly. Friday marked Day 11 of the 40-day Legislative Session. Below is a short video recap for you. Please share it with your fellow District 54 constituents. As always, my aim is to keep you informed about work we are doing at the Capitol, remain transparent and visible throughout …

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February 4, 2019

The Holland Report – 2019, Week 2

Though we only met officially for three legislative days this week, it was quite busy. I wanted to share some of the highlights with you. LEGISLATION This week I signed on as co-sponsor on two bills. The first (no official bill number yet) aims to repeal the controversial 2017 measure (HB 280) commonly known as “Campus Carry”, which allowed for …

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January 21, 2019

The Holland Report – Week 1 of the 2019 Legislative Session

Greetings from Georgia’s Capitol Hill! Week one under the Gold Dome is in the books and what an amazing, busy week it was! Let me start by introducing you to The Holland Report – the first edition of a weekly update about the goings-on at the Georgia House of Representatives. I plan to use this update to keep you informed …

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October 26, 2018

Betsy Supports Georgia’s Youth

Over the course of my 20+ year career I’ve done my best to help mentor and encourage our youth to help them become all that they can be. So happy to have been given the opportunity to get to know Mack and many others like him! “As a teenager who has been impacted by Mrs.Holland’s work,I believe she holds all …

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October 26, 2018

Betsy Supports the Hope Scholarship!

The HOPE Scholarship is one of the best things to happen to the state of Georgia, both for our kids and for our university system. This very topic came up when I visited the North Atlanta Parents for Public Schools meeting a couple of weeks ago. Check out the video to hear my response on keeping the HOPE merit-based and …

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October 24, 2018

Rep. Scott Holcomb Endorses Betsy Holland!

“Betsy Holland will be a terrific advocate for House District 54 and I encourage you to support her. Betsy has business and policy experience and she’s served her community through her nonprofit work. Betsy is a collaborative leader who can work effectively with people from both sides of the aisle, and she’ll do a great job as your state representative.” …

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October 23, 2018

Vox Homecoming!

For years, our family has proudly supported VOX ATL and their mission of developing young storytellers. What a delight to celebrate the organization’s 25 year anniversary last weekend and induct Whitney Deal Marshall, Mary Hinkel and Nadia Rahali into the VOX Hall of Fame.  

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