Rep. Loudermilk Answers Data Breach Bill Critics

  U.S. Rep. Barry Loudermilk, R-Ga., is fighting a wave of criticism– especially by well-known consumer advocate Clark Howard— for sponsoring legislation that hurts victims of credit reporting data breaches by placing a $500,000 cap on the punitive damages...

Here’s an Equifax credit freeze link

  Following the massive Equifax data breach that saw the personal information of 143 million Americans, people are looking for ways to protect themselves and their finances. That’s for good reason – identity theft is likely to be at an all-time high...

Georgia Senate confronts homelessness

  The numbers are staggering. According to reports, there are more than 58,000 homeless children in Georgia and more than 29,000 homeless students attending Georgia’s public K-12 schools — making Georgia the second worst state in the nation for child...

Amazon to open new office in Atlanta

  Atlanta, (and about 8 other major cities) have seen their hearts aflutter over the prospect of landing the tech-giant’s second headquarters and the 50,000 top tier jobs, $5 billion in corporate investment, and the almost incalculable economic impact it...

BREAKING NEWS: Georgia Power Update

  As Thursday morning progressed, electric power outages across the state had been reduced to 160,000. Total outages at their peak due to Hurricane Irma hit approximately 997,000 users. The Georgia Power Co. says its restoration progress continues with nearly...

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