Dr. Kay Kirkpatrick served as an orthopedic surgeon here in metro Atlanta for more than 30 years. She is the Chairwoman of the Ethics Committee.

As a physician, Kay is passionate about improving Georgia’s healthcare and insurance system. She has passed several bills to increase healthcare access and improve choices for patients.

Governor Kemp Signs Legislation Allowing For Early Prescription Refills During Emergencies

ATLANTA – On Wednesday, Governor Brian Kemp was joined by Commissioner John F. King, State Senator Kay Kirkpatrick, and State Representative Ron Stephens for the signing of legislation to allow for early prescription refills during a state of emergency. Senate Bill 391, which was carried by Senator Kirkpatrick on behalf of the Insurance and Safety FireCommissioner’s Office, allows for the early refill of

Sen. Kay Kirkpatrick on an Overview of the Legislative Session

ATLANTA (August 5, 2020) | Today, Sen. Kay Kirkpatrick (R – Marietta) joined Governor Brian P. Kemp for the final signing of bills for the 2020 legislative session. In total, the session saw the passage of 342 bills and resolutions, including local and general, 11 of which were legislation carried or sponsored by Sen. Kirkpatrick.   “In spite of the challenges of

Chamber’s Marquee Mondays return — with social distancing

CUMBERLAND — The Cobb County Chamber of Commerce met for breakfast in smaller numbers and spaced out Monday for the first time since the coronavirus pandemic canceled its Marquee Monday events. The gathering at the Coca-Cola Roxy at the Battery, which saw about 100 people, featured Georgia House Speaker David Ralston, R-Blue Ridge, and a panel of Cobb County state lawmakers


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