Legislation Sponsored by Jennifer Jordan (7)

Date of Last Recorded Action: 5/7/2021

SB 0105 Evaluating'Georgia Firearms and Weapons Act'; enact Jennifer Jordan
2/14/2019 Senate Read and Referred -Public Safety -
2019/02/15 Report Debra Nesbit Firearms/Carry Laws Public Safety and Courts
This legislation outlaws bump fire stocks on guns, and provides for criminal penalities.
SB 0220 EvaluatingPrimaries and Elections; new voting systems for use in elections in this state; provide Jennifer Jordan
2/28/2019 Senate Read and Referred -Ethics -
Elections General County Government Todd Edwards
SB 0250 NeutralState Court of Fulton County; appointment of associate judges and their compensation; provide Jennifer Jordan
5/7/2019 Effective Date Intragovernmental Coordination State and Local Governmental Operations -
Intern 2 Local Legislation
SB 0251 NeutralBoard of Elections and Registration in Fulton County; authority of Fulton County legislative delegation in General Assembly to nominate chairperson; remove Jennifer Jordan
3/21/2019 Senate Read and Referred -State and Local Governmental Operations -
Intern 2 Local Legislation
SB 0261 NeutralBoard of Elections and Registration in Cobb County; members of board appointed by Cobb County governing authority; provide Jennifer Jordan
3/29/2019 House Second Readers Intragovernmental Coordination State and Local Governmental Operations -
Local Legislation
SB 0297 EvaluatingCoal Ash Storage Requirements Jennifer Jordan
1/15/2020 Senate Read and Referred -Natural Resources and the Environment -
2020/01/17 Report Kathleen Bowen Nat. Res. & the Environment
This legislation would require coal combustion residual (coal ash) to be stored in a solid waste facility that had a liner and leachate collection system that meets design standards required for new municipal solid waste landfills. In effect, coal ash residuals would be treated the same as municipal solid waste. This legislation is mainly in response to Georgia Power's plans to close their coal ash ponds - details found here. Similar legislation, HB 756 has been introcued in the House.
SR 0272 NeutralRemoval of Coal Ash at the McDonough-Atkinson Power Plan Jennifer Jordan
3/1/2019 Senate Read and Referred -Natural Resources and the Environment -
Kathleen Bowen Nat. Res. & the Environment
This resolution urges Georgia Power to remove the unlined coal ash pile at the McDonough-Atkinson Power Plant and place the coal ash in a lined landfil.
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