Gov. Kemp signed a series of bills focused on improving recruitment and supporting veterans, military service members and their spouses as they look to utilize their skills and abilities to fulfill the numerous opportunities available throughout the state

Macon, GA – According to the state officials, with this package of legislation signed, military medical personnel will be able to receive a provisional practice allowance and newly relocated military spouses will be able to work in their licensed field while their license receives in-state recognition.

Governor Brian Kemp released the following statement:

“Our veterans and military families have dedicated their lives and undergo great sacrifice in service to our country.

While we can never repay the debt we owe them, by signing these pieces of legislation I am proud to say that we are living up to our promise of keeping Georgia the best state in the country for service members and their spouses to live, work, and raise a family.”

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