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The Georgia State Retirees Association (GSRA) is an organization focused on keeping retirees and prospective retirees from all parts of Georgia Government informed about any impacts to promised retiree and health insurance benefits.
 

To contact your legislators: Find your legislator HEREGeorgia House Members contact info HEREGeorgia Senate Members contact info HERE

Click HERE to view the 2022 GSRA Annual Meeting Announcement! Click HERE to Register Online

 ERS Board Acts to Approve a 1.5% COLA for Retirees

2021 Virtual Annual Meeting now available for viewing

  2022 Goals and Objectives

3/16/22: Legislative Liason Chuck Freedman advocates for meaningful COLAs and GSEPS COLA eligibility to House Retirement Committee

3/5/22: Rep. Carson Thanks GSRA for Legislative Service Award

3/4/22: Sen. Nan Orrock and Rep. John Carson receive 2021 Legislative Service Awards - see photos: with Sen. Orrock and with Rep. Carson

2/25/22: Just released: Senate Study Committee Recommends "The General Assembly should consider implementing an annual inflation adjustment not to exceed three percent (3%) for current retirees."  SR 129 by Sen. Nan Orrock created a study committee to meet in 2021 

2/17/22: GSRA President Beverly Littlefield Makes Case for Meaningful COLAs to ERS Board 

2/15/22: GSRA Sends Message to Legislators Supporting Additional Funding for COLAs

2/11/22: SB343 Passed by Senate overwhelmingly - Senators Orrock, Hickman and Davenport speak in favor of 3% COLAs

2/3/22: Senate Retirement Committee Approves GSRA-Advocated Bill

 

 
Members, login and click here: Newsletters to read the April 2022 Newsletter.
 
The April Newsletter provides an update about the ERS COLA voted in at the April ERS Board meeting, information about the new GSRA strategic plan, and more. 

 

 

Your Legislative Committee has been active, meeting with a key advisor to Gov. Kemp and with several important legislators to obtain support for our issues. We will report on further progress in upcoming weeks. Our professional liaison Chuck Clay and our other Legislative Committee members continue to meet with those legislators including Lt. Governor Duncan, and both house's retirement committee chairs, John Carson and Randy Robertson.