Attorney General discusses issues with Rotary
Attorney General Samuel Olens spoke to the Dougherty County Rotary Club Thursday to discuss several issues facing the United States and Georgia.
Olens focused on the jobless rate in the state, citing lack of graduated high-schoolers as the issue. Olens stated that there are jobs all over Georgia, however no one with the skill sets to fill them. He went on to say that he encourages all Georgia residents to graduate high school, college, or whatever education level they are currently enrolled in.
Other issues the Attorney General focused on were health care, water usage, immigration in regards to the farming communities, and his support of presidential candidate, Mitt Romney.
Tune in to the FOX 31 NEWS at Ten for more on the Attorney General's visit and his thoughts on these issues.