With a panel that included two legislators, one of them the House Minority Leader, a high-powered lobbyist and an ACLU lawyer, the Red Clay Dems – a young professionals Democrat group – hosted a discussion about what happened during the recent legislative session.read more
U.S. Senator Johnny Isakson spoke on the Senate floor Monday, honoring the memory of Atlanta businessman John Williams, who passed away last week.read more
A little bit of a firestorm erupted Thursday after gubernatorial candidate Clay Tippins released a new campaign ad. The ad took aim at two of Tippins’ opponents – Casey Cagle and Hunter Hill.read more
Former state Rep. Joe Wilkinson may have retired from the legislature last year, but he has remained involved in one of the state’s fastest growing and most high profile industries.read more
U.S. Senator Johnny Isakson, who recently revealed that his own family has been impacted by the opioid crisis, is joining in on the fight against the epidemic that is devastating communities across the country — including Georgia.read more
Anyone that has ever had to pay for an out-of-network doctor knows how bad it can get. An average doctor visit may cost several times more than what you may normally pay. A $30 co-pay could turn into $150 visit. That’s just what several hundred thousand Georgians were facing the past couple weeks.read more
A year after celebrating their 50th anniversary, the Georgia Conservancy has a lot to celebrate this year as well. They just had a rather successful legislative session that saw the passage of the Georgia Outdoor Stewardship Act.read more
A continuing look at the Atlanta City Hall bribery scandal, a ‘sick-out’ in DeKalb, and the tuition freeze for local colleges are among the topics of the day as The Georgia Gang’s panel debates.read more
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More than 1,500 mourners filled the pews at Houston’s St. Martin’s Episcopal Church on Saturday to celebrate the life of Barbara Bush as the former first lady was laid to rest. Like so many whose lives were shaped by her fiery spirit or her work in literacy, her passing was an end cap to a chance encounter some 30 years ago that guided in no small part the trajectory of my life.
According to The Root columnist Monique Judge, “Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms is the coldest.” Judge came to her conclusion after Mayor Bottoms requested the resignations of all 35 City of Atlanta cabinet members in a single day.
On May 22nd or beginning on April 30th with early voting it is vitally important that we cast our ballots for a strong leader who is prepared to be our state’s next CEO. As your state Senator, I want you to know that I’m 100% behind Casey Cagle for governor.