When Lawmakers Return, Some Promising Bills Await Them

  “I am not superstitious, but I am a little stitious,” The Office’s Michael Scott once said. While the statement was intended to be comical, I sometimes sympathize with it. Indeed, when Georgia’s 2020 legislative session convened on Jan. 13 amid a torrential...

Not Your Average Coronavirus Article

  It’s hard to escape the torrent of concerning news about the coronavirus. We see it in the newspaper and social media and hear about it at the office watercooler. While it is critical for Georgians to stay informed, many of these articles do little more...

Are More Tax Reforms on the Way?

  Even though most Americans don’t like it, one of state government’s primary roles in the modern era is overseeing taxation, which is critical. After all, the revenue pays for the programs that many of us take for granted. While private enterprise could probably...

Could On-Demand Home Alcohol Delivery Soon Be On Tap?

  One of my colleagues enjoys pointing out that many red states, including my home state of Georgia, engage in nanny-state lawmaking and attempt to restrict largely innocuous behavior. While the truth is that Georgians enjoy many more liberties than most states,...

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