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Rep. Lucy McBath celebrates Sixth District Service Academy appointments

Rep. Lucy McBath hosted a virtual banquet on June 2 to celebrate Sixth District students who accepted an appointment to a U.S. military service academy. Many of these students were nominated to their respective service academies by McBath’s office in December 2020. In total, 23 students from the Sixth District, the highest total since McBath began serving in 2019, will attend one of the four academies.
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Rep. Lucy McBath is living her son’s legacy – Atlanta, Georgia

Congressman Lucy McBath I vividly remember the “discussion” with Her teen son Jordan in 2012 after 17 years old Trayvon Martin I was shot and killed. “I said,’Baby, you had to understand. You’re a young black man and you care about you in this country, we, your family, your community There are people who don’t love you like that, “remembered a Georgia Democrat.
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U.S. Reps Lucy McBath and Carolyn Bourdeaux introduce bills that would expand transit options

Wednesday, Georgia U.S. Rep. Lucy McBath joined Reps. Carolyn Bourdeaux and Carlos Gimenez of Florida’s 26th Congressional District to introduce the bipartisan Build Up the Suburbs (BUS) Act, legislation which would expand funding eligibility for flexible transit options, including Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) and Express Lane Transit (ELT). Both BRT and ELT utilize existing infrastructure to link metro areas with the inner and outer suburbs, providing critical transit services for areas without the density to support fixed rail transit.
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Rep. Lucy McBath Writes Emotional Birthday Letter To Late Son Jordan Davis: ‘I Wish You Were Still Here’

Jordan Davis would have turned 26 years old on Tuesday had the teenager not been robbed of his life in 2012 by a white man who said he felt “threatened” by the volume of the music being played in the car in which the teenager was a passenger. His mother, Georgia Rep. Lucy McBath, penned an emotional open letter to Jordan expressing her love for him and recounting all of the milestones he was unable to witness because he was “taken from us far too soon.”