A couple of future customers/voters watching cars go through the car wash @ Rep Jones' Express Lube & Car Wash business in Brunswick, GA.
Call Toll-Free To Make An Appointment: 844-ASPEN-HMM
Aspen Dental dentists and teams are pleased to bring free dental care to veterans nationwide once again on June 25. Nearly 400 Aspen Dental offices in 33 states will open their doors to serve veterans in their local communities as part of the Healthy Mouth Movement, a community giving initiative.
Interested veterans should call 1-844-ASPEN-HMM to find a participating Aspen Dental office and schedule an appointment in advance. During appointments on June 25, volunteer dentists and teams will focus on treating the most urgent need of each veteran by providing free services – including fillings, extractions and basic denture repair – to help get them out of dental pain.
In 2015, nearly 300 Aspen Dental practices were honored to treated more than 3,500 veterans in one single day of care in June, resulting in nearly $2 million in donated dentistry.
Feel free to check out this article and hear directly from a patient during the 2015 Aspen Dental-wide Day of Service for veterans.
Dear Friends --
Recently, Commissioner Lynne Riley announced that due to increased fraudulent activity this filing season, 2015 Georgia Income Tax Returns may take longer to process. The Department of Revenue requests that all Georgia taxpayers allow up to 90 business days to receive state income tax refunds.
Those still waiting to receive their refund can track the status by registering with DOR’s Georgia Tax Center, using the “Where’s my refund?” app, or by calling 1-877-423-6711 and choosing option #2.Read more
Dear Friends --
Many men and women have given their lives over the years in defense of the freedoms and way of life we, as proud Americans, enjoy today. The families of these brave people have also sacrificed a great deal; the loss of a loved one is a hurt that touches the depths of our very being.
This Memorial Day we once again stop, pause and give our deepest and most sincere "Thank you" for your sacrifice, and to ask for God's blessing to be upon those we have lost and those who remain behind.
Follows is a commentary by Benita Dodd "Memorial Day Thanks For Better Days After Battle Scars" of the Georgia Public Policy Foundation that is worth taking a few minutes to read.
May God continue to bless America this Memorial Day.
Representative Jeff Jones
Pictured: Rep. Jeff Jones, Sen. Ted Cruz and Lisa Jones 12/19/2015.
Presidential candidate and U.S. Senator Ted Cruz (R-TX) spoke to a crowd of over 2000 enthusiastic supporters at Ottawa Farms just outside Savannah, Georgia today.
Senator Cruz laid out his vision for America as a return to the values that have made America great. In his first days in office, Cruz promised a repeal of all the illegal, unconstitutional executive order's President Obama has made, to stop Common Core, and to reign in the out of control EPA and other federal agencies that are infringing on our rights as American citizens.
Pro-gambling legislators would be wise to forget about convincing Glynn County’s state delegation that Georgia is ready for legalized gambling.
It would be a losing bet.
“in the vast majority of cases, those who can least afford it and those who are most adversely affected by it are the citizens who fork over their money to gamble.” ~ Rep. Jeff Jones
State Sen. Sen. William Ligon and Reps. Alex Atwood and Jeff Jones, all St. Simons Island Republicans, are opposed to pari-mutuel betting and casinos.
Legislators in Glynn and Camden counties say they are opposed to raising the minimum wage in Georgia.
State Reps. Alex Atwood, Jeff Jones and Jason Spencer and Sen. William Ligon feel what employers pay their employees should be determined by the market, not elected officials.
None favors increasing the minimum wage at this time.
Rep. Jones, R-St. Simons Island, agrees with Ligon. As the owner of Express Lube & Car Wash on Community Road, he knows what increasing the minimum would mean to employees, the business and the consumers.Read more
Brunswick News Editorial: Delegations right about minimum wage
Posted: Thursday, August 27, 2015 12:00 am
Members of the state delegations of Glynn and Camden counties say they are disinclined to support any movement in Atlanta during the 2016 session of the Georgia General Assembly to raise the minimum wage. Their arguments for not doing so are sound.