The Red Carpet Tour & Masters Week

Today not only marks the start of the Masters Golf Tournament in Augusta— the hottest ticket in the sports world— but also the 59th annual Red Carpet Tour hosted by Georgia Chamber of Commerce and the Department of Economic Development. This year dozens of national...

Masters Week— A Time to Remember Payne Stewart

  Augusta National Golf Club’s 18 holes, constructed on the site of a former nursery, are each named after a tree or shrub with which they’ve become associated. They include idyllic names like Tea Olive, Pink Dogwood, and Flowering Peach. Yet, the 84 competitors...

Which education bills passed, failed in 2019?

  A number of education-related bills passed through the General Assembly this year, but one of the most controversial bills impacting education stalled — school vouchers. Opponents of school vouchers who thought the issue was dead for this legislative...

Legislature Passes Bill to Protect Monuments

  Another of the many bills that passed this session was Senate Bill 77, sponsored by Sen. Jeff Mullis (R-53 Chickamuga). In short, the legislation outlaws any effort to remove or deface a public monument and imposes penalties if one should attempt to do so...

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