Lawmakers to study medical cannabis access

  State Rep. Micah Gravley (R-Douglasville) and state Sen. Matt Brass (R-Newnan) will co-chair the Joint Study Commission on Low THC Medical Oil Access. Established by House Bill 65, the Joint Study Commission on Low THC Medical Oil Access will examine in-state...

Perdue cousins talk agriculture in GA

U.S. Secretary of Agriculture and former Governor Sonny Perdue, U.S. Sen. David Perdue (R-GA), and state Agriculture Commissioner Gary Black traveled the state Monday to talk to and receive feedback from members of Georgia’s agriculture industry. A bus tour took...

Forestry’s impact on Georgia

  The Georgia forestry industry employs nearly 150,000 individuals and has an economic impact of more than $38 billion per year.  No it doesn’t get the publicity of rockets or tech companies or even peanuts, but its impact on the state can not be...

Watch the July 15th Georgia Gang!

  It’s ‘mean season’ in the GOP gubernatorial runoff, and the Georgia Gang is here to break down the latest.  Also up for debate is the latest in the Atlanta corruption saga, now featuring a judge and a Fulton County elections official....

Loudermilk’s BUILD Act to aid charities

  U.S. Rep. Barry Loudermilk (R-Cartersville) this week saw the House unanimously pass his Building Up Independent Lives and Dreams (BUILD) Act after a whirlwind two-month process that saw it go from concept to reality. The bill seeks to remove red tape...

History and the 2018 Gubernatorial Runoff

  Let me begin with a caveat: Every election has its unique features so there is only so much to learn from reviewing past elections, especially when they are few in number.  However, it is possible that patterns from the past may be repeated to a degree.  The...

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