Rogers, who lives in Woodstock, has accepted a position with Georgia Public Broadcasting.
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Rogers recently also decided not to seek re-election as senate majority leader.
One of the state's most prominent Republican politicians is slated to step down from the Georgia Senate. State Senator Chip Rogers (R-Woodstock) has announced his resignation from the Georgia Senate. The senator will formally step down on Wednesday from the position he's held since 2004. Rogers, 44, said in a statement he plans to accept a position with Georgia Public Broadcasting. "The opportunity to help lead Georgia Public Broadcasting is like a dream come true in many respects," he said. "The incredible team put together by Director (Teya) Ryan is among the best in broadcasting. I really look forward to joining their efforts." GPB is launching a new initiative in which it will "facilitate coverage of economic development and jobs in …