Speaker, House Rural Development Council Leadership Announce Center for Rural Prosperity and Innovation

As part of their continuing efforts to address issues impacting rural Georgia, House Speaker David Ralston (R-Blue Ridge) and the leadership of the House Rural Development Council (RDC) Tuesday announced the creation of the Center for Rural Prosperity and Innovation. The center, created by HB 951 during the 2018 Legislative session, will be housed at Abraham Baldwin Agricultural College (ABAC) in Tifton.

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Metro Atlanta Chamber Announces Finalists for Sustainability Awards

Last week, the Metro Atlanta Chamber unveiled the finalists for the 2018 Atlanta E3 Awards. The awards recognize companies, organizations and people that are innovating around sustainability and commerce. They aim to correct the often-held view that being environmentally conscious is incompatible with being successful in business.

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“Brunch Bill” set for November approval

Many Georgians celebrated when Governor Nathan Deal signed SB-17, the ‘Brunch Bill,’ into effect this May.  Over the following months though, for those not paying close attention, that mimosa-filled excitement turned to confusion when not much changed.  

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E-cigarette Misinformation Imperils Public Health

Misinformation regarding e-cigarettes is alarmingly ubiquitous. For example, days ago, the Saporta Report published an article discussing juveniles’ supposed rampant e-cigarette usage. Georgia State University recently released a dubious study claiming that vaping doesn’t help people quit smoking. Meanwhile, other institutions have allegedly exposed vaping’s dire health risks.

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Georgia infrastructure ranked 2nd best

You may not know it listening to drivers stuck in rush hour traffic complain, but Georgia’s infrastructure isn’t all that bad, in fact, it’s pretty darned good.  A new study from 24/7 Wall Street ranks the Peach State’s road infrastructure as the 2nd best in the nation, with just 1.9% of roads in disrepair and the third lowest state highway spending per driver.  Not bad at all, and with more improvements are on the way the state’s roads are RISING…

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