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Thomas Kirkpatrick

To answer your closing question, which you most likely asked rhetorically, I offer the following list:

Georgia Legislators with ALEC Ties

House of Representatives

* Rep. Calvin Hill, Jr. (R-21), State Chairman,[19][21] Telecommunications and Information Technology Task Force and International Relations Task Force member[28] and recipient of ALEC's 2011 State Chair of the Year Award[1]
* Rep. Don L. Parsons (R-42); Telecommunications and Information Technology Task Force
* Rep. David S. Casas (R-103); Education Task Force
* Rep. Doug Collins (R-27); Civil Justice Task Force
* Rep. Edward H. Lindsey, Jr. (R-54); Civil Justice Task Force
* Rep. Ed Setzler (R-35); Tax and Fiscal Policy Task Force
* Rep. Larry E. O'Neal (R-146); Tax and Fiscal Policy Task Force
* Rep. Sharon Cooper (R-41)[19]; Health and Human Services Task Force
* Rep. Ben L. Harbin (R-118); International Relations Task Force
* Rep. Gerald E. Greene (R-149); International Relations Task Force
* Rep. Josh S. Clark (R-98); International Relations Task Force
* Rep. Jack Murphy (R-27); Public Safety and Elections Task Force
* Rep. Mark D. Hamilton (R-23); Public Safety and Elections Task Force
* Rep. Tom R. Rice (R-51)[19]; Public Safety and Elections Task Force
* Rep. Donna Sheldon (R-105)[19]; Health and Human Services Task Force
* Rep. Judy Manning (R-32); Health and Human Services Task Force
* Rep. Lynn Smith (R-70); Energy, Environment and Agriculture Task Force
* Rep. Michael Harden (R-28); Energy, Environment and Agriculture Task Force
* Rep. Charlice Byrd (R-20)[19]; Health and Human Services Task Force
* Rep. Howard R. Maxwell (R-17); Education Task Force
* Rep. Jan Jones (R-46); Education Task Force
* Rep. Charles E. Martin, Jr. (R-47); Commerce, Insurance and Economic Development Task Force
* Rep. Kip Smith (R-129); Commerce, Insurance and Economic Development Task Force
* Rep. James W. Mills (R-25)[19]; Commerce, Insurance and Economic Development Task Force
* Rep. Mike Dudgeon (R-24); Education Task Force
* Rep. Carl Rogers (R-26); Energy, Environment and Agriculture Task Force
* Rep. Terry England (R-108); Energy, Environment and Agriculture Task Force
* Rep. Paulette Rakestraw-Braddock (R-19); International Relations Task Force
* Rep. Billy S. Horne (R-71); Public Safety and Elections Task Force
* Rep. Kevin Cooke (R-18); Public Safety and Elections Task Force
* Rep. Lynne Riley (R-50); Tax and Fiscal Policy Task Force
* Rep. Buzz Brockway (R-101); Telecommunications and Information Technology Task Force
* Rep. Barry D. Loudermilk (R-14); Telecommunications and Information Technology Task Force
* Rep. Amos Amerson (R-9)[19]
* Rep. John Meadows (R-5)[19]
* Rep. James Mills (R-25)[19]

Senate

* Sen. Chip Pearson (R-51)[22]
* Sen. Majority Leader Chip Rogers (R-21),[19][22] State Chairman,[21] and recipient of ALEC's 2011 State Chair of the Year Award[1]
* Former Sen. John Wiles (R-37), former State Chairman[58]
* Sen. Don Balfour (R-9) [59]
* Sen. Jesse Stone (R-23); Civil Justice Task Force
* Sen. William Hamrick (R-30); Civil Justice Task Force
* Sen. Renee Unterman (R-45)[19]; Health and Human Services Task Force
* Sen. Judson Hill (R-32)[19]; Health and Human Services Task Force
* Sen. Ross Tolleson (R-20); Energy, Environment and Agriculture Task Force
* Sen. Fran R. Millar (R-79); Education Task Force
* Sen. John E. Albers (R-56); Telecommunications and Information Technology Task Force
* Sen. Nan G. Orrock (D-36); Telecommunications and Information Technology Task Force - Sen. Orrock announced she was cutting ties with and denounced ALEC on April 17, 2012.[60] See Legislators Who Have Cut Ties to ALEC for more.
* Sen. Bill Heath (R-31); Tax and Fiscal Policy Task Force
* Sen. Jack Hill (R-4); Commerce, Insurance and Economic Development Task Force
* Sen. Steve Gooch (R-51); Commerce, Insurance and Economic Development Task Force
* Sen. Greg Goggans (R-7); Education Task Force
* Sen. Cecil P. Staton (R-18)[19]; International Relations Task Force
* Sen. Ronnie W. Chance (R-16); International Relations Task Force
* Sen. Johnny Grant (R-25); Public Safety and Elections Task Force
* Sen. Lee Hawkins (R-49)[19]

Former Legislators

* Rep. Tom Graves (R-9)[19]; currently U.S. Rep. for Georgia[61]

Perhaps others would like to know, even if you already do.

Respectfully,
Thomas Kirkpatrick

Thomas Kirkpatrick

I'm sorry for the omission. Here's the source for the list I provided.

http://www.sourcewatch.org/index.php?title=ALEC_Politicians#Georgia_Legislators_with_ALEC_Ties

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