HB1072

GA Prescription Drug Program

Date of Vote: July 20, 2024

Chamber of Origin: House

This Bill will expand Public access to prescription drugs by Increasing the number of pharmacy technicians supervised by pharmacists. This bill also requires reversed drug distributors to make diligent efforts to donate drugs rather than destroy them.1

Turning Point Action’s Position

Turning Point Action Supports

Voted YEA

169
56.8% REPUBLICANS43.2% DEMOCRATS0% INDEPENDENTS

VOTED NAY

1
100% REPUBLICANS0% DEMOCRATS0% INDEPENDENTS
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Voted yea

Al WilliamsState HouseGeorgia
Session Score:39.29
Anne Allen WestbrookState HouseGeorgia
Session Score:41.67
Becky EvansState HouseGeorgia
Session Score:57.14
Beth CampState HouseGeorgia
Session Score:92.86
Bethany BallardState HouseGeorgia
Session Score:92.86
Betsy HollandState HouseGeorgia
Session Score:57.14

Voted nay

Charlice ByrdState HouseGeorgia
Session Score:78.57

Not voting

Alan PowellState HouseGeorgia
Session Score:89.29
Jan JonesState HouseGeorgia
Session Score:89.29
Jon BurnsState HouseGeorgia
Session Score:50.00
Scott HiltonState HouseGeorgia
Session Score:89.29

Present

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