Brian Kemp in 2024 Governor's State of the State speeches


On Education: We can take an all-of-the-above approach to education

Some prefer the term school choice or educational freedom, some call them vouchers. I firmly believe we can take an all-of-the-above approach to educationů whether it's public, private, homeschooling, charter, or otherwise. It is time for all parties to get around a table and agree on the best path forward to provide our kids the best educational opportunities we can--because that's what we were elected to do.
Source: 2024 State of the State Address to the Georgia legislature Jan 11, 2024

On Health Care: Expand services for those struggling with mental illness

My budget calls for a total increase of $205 million for [Department of Behavioral Health and Developmental Disabilities] and other entities that address mental health. This will enable DBHDD to expand services for those struggling with mental illness, it will increase the number of crisis beds throughout the state, and improve the quality of mental health services overall. We will be spending $1.6 billion on mental health - more than ever before.
Source: 2024 State of the State Address to the Georgia legislature Jan 11, 2024

On Principles & Values: Character of the American people makes our nation great

Here in Georgia, we've chosen a different path. Because we realize that the success of our state does not rely on the actions of government, but on the prosperity of our people. Washington D.C forgot a long time ago that it's not the brilliance of politicians or the good intentions of a new program that make our nation great. It's the resolve, ingenuity, and character of the American people.
Source: 2024 State of the State Address to the Georgia legislature Jan 11, 2024

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