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Military families topic of roundtable
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State Rep. Al Williams, D-Midway, will host the Tuesday evening meeting. - photo by File photo

This week, the Georgia House Democratic Caucus will hold a series of roundtable meetings to hear testimony from military and veteran communities as part of the new “A Promise Kept.”

The initiative aims to improve the lives of military families and veterans in Georgia.

One of those meetings will be from 6-8 p.m. Tuesday in the Liberty County Courthouse, 112 N. Main St., Hinesville, in the Commissioners Meeting Room. State Rep. Al Williams, D-Midway, will be the host.

Other meetings will be in Augusta, Warner Robins and Columbus.

Georgia is home to 10 active military installations, more than 750,000 veterans, and more than 105,000 active-duty military and civilian personnel.

These meetings will give military families and veterans a chance to share their concerns with state legislators.

Legislation will be filed in the coming weeks, centered both around known issues facing the military community and those learned about through statewide testimony.

For more information, call Joycelyn Osei at 774-208-2110. To learn more about the “A Promise Kept” initiative, go to

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