A Ga. Democrat centrist/leftist split

  Several Georgia Democrats tell InsiderAdvantage that tensions are increasing within their party over the drive by activists to move the party “further left” and the push-back by others to move more to the political center in order to appeal to independent...

Drought gone, but restrictions remain

  Georgia’s extended drought is effectively over, but water restrictions remain for much of the Atlanta area. According to the U.S. Drought Monitor, the state was 98.97 percent drought-free this week, with only a tiny area south of Augusta listed as abnormally...

Tanenblatt takes public policy lead at Dentons

  Eric Tanenblatt, a veteran political operative and government official, took over the U.S. public policy practice at Dentons, the world’s largest law firm, last month. Despite his years in politics, his current pet project has little to do with elections. Among...

Who is Stephanie Johnson?

  State School Superintendent Richard Woods has selected Stephanie Johnson, a successful turnaround principal with 22 years of education experience, to oversee the state Department of Education’s school improvement efforts. After leading reforms at Sequoyah...

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