‘Brunch Bill’ on the ballot

The much anticipated ‘Brunch Bill’ passed by the General Assembly earlier this year is finally going to be on Atlanta ballots in November.  The Atlanta City Council last week voted 14-0 in favor of the measure, allowing residents to decide whether local...

Watch the August 12th Georgia Gang on YouTube!

  The Atlanta City Hall scandal is once again a hot topic on The Georgia Gang, as new indictments have drawn it closer to former mayor Kasim Reed.  The ongoing campaigns for governor and the other general elections are of course also big issues to dig into....

McKee on Abrams’ big hill to climb

Democrat candidate for governor Stacey Abrams hasn’t been shy about her progressive leanings, a strategy which may lead to an uphill battle in November.  See above for Augusta Chronicle cartoonist Rick McKee’s take on the governor’s race and the path...

Congressional candidate behind bars

Steven Lamar Foster, the Democrat challenger to U.S. Congressman Tom Graves (R, GA-14) in November, has been convicted in Whitfield County for a DUI he was initially charged with last September. Foster was booked into the Whitefield County jail after his conviction,...

Fulton Co. property tax hike triggers uproar

On August 1st the county commission of Georgia’s most populous county voted 4-3 to approve a millage rate of 10.2 that over-funds Fulton County’s 2018 budget by a whopping $20 million. Chairman Robb Pitts, along with Commissioners Hall, Arrington, and...

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