Georgians got their first look at Governor Brian Kemp’s health care plan Wednesday as Floor Leader, Senator Blake Tillery (R-Vidalia), introduced the Patients First Act (SB 106) in the State Senate.read more
As Republicans and Democrats negotiate over the proposed funding bill that would stave off another government shutdown on Friday, Georgia’s senators are making sure that farmers in their home state get the aid they direly need.read more
Will teenage drivers be banned from using a phone or other electronic devices — even hands-free — while behind the wheel?read more
Senator Johnny Isakson (R-GA) will receive the inaugural ‘John S. McCain Service to Country Award’ from Voices for National Service today in recognition of his strong support for national service, most recently for his efforts to eliminate the post-service education grant for AmeriCorps members.read more
Georgia Republicans held mass statewide precinct meetings on Saturday, with an eye toward electing delegates at their Savannah state convention on May 17-18.read more
Since its inception in 1992, the Georgia Lottery has existed solely to support HOPE and Pre-K and has provided nearly $20 billion to students of Georgia.read more
Yesterday Gov. Brian Kemp announced twenty-five appointments to the Judicial Nominating Commission, an advisory body that interviews superior, state and appellate judge applicants and gives recommendations to the governor when judicial vacancies occur.read more
U.S. Sen. David Perdue appeared on CNBC’s Squawk Box Wednesday to discuss his recent trip to the United States’ southern border with Mexico where he had the chance to see the “national security crisis” firsthand.read more
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In her response to my recent IAG column “Will the General Assembly reverse the 2018 GDOT carve-out on E-Verify for contractor bids?” GDOT writer Meg Pirkle accuses me of “a number of omissions and factual inaccuracies.”
The Atlanta Journal-Constitution recently ran a front-page article on defeated Georgia Democratic socialist Stacey Abrams’s selection as the purveyor of the Democratic Party response to the State of the Union speech due to be delivered on February 5.
A recent opinion piece in this publication (“Will the General Assembly reverse the 2018 GDOT carve-out on E-Verify for contractor bids” by D.A. King) contains a number of omissions and factual inaccuracies.