Transit Week?

No one has made any official announcement but if we look back at the end of the week, you might be able to call this Transit Week. Or at the very least maybe March will be Transit Month. Either that or a lot of Georgia politics watchers hoping for a transit push will be very disappointed.

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State tax revenue up over 2017

The state’s net tax collections for February were up nearly 5 percent, according to Gov. Nathan Deal. The Governor reported Friday that February’s tax collections totaled $1.23 billion, for an increase of nearly $55.9 million, or 4.8 percent, compared to last year when net tax collections totaled almost $1.18 billion.

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McKoon Shows Strength; Barrow Gearing Up

“It is exciting and humbling to look around me and see so many people who have come here today to support me,” said State Senator Josh McKoon, R- Columbus. Standing with his wife, various peers from the State Senate and more than 50 supporters on the stairs in the state Capitol, McKoon announced yesterday that he is “officially in the race” for Georgia Secretary of State.

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The Sky is Not Falling: Charitable Giving in 2018

My Columns Fundraising partners have some strong opinions on the effects of the new tax law that will impact all Georgians. Despite the noise from the media, and more from a few charities, we believe the new law will positively impact charitable giving. Here’s why:

Kemp: It’s Time To Put Students First

There’s no quick fix to enhancing educational outcomes in Georgia.  Despite what Democrats claim, there’s no amount of money either that can magically make all students – regardless of zip code – reach their full potential.  However, there are several things that I will immediately do as Georgia’s next governor to move the needle and ensure a bright and promising future for local students.

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Isakson honored by veterans group

U.S. Senator Johnny Isakson has long been known as one of the biggest advocates for veterans in Washington, and this month he was honored for his support.  The Paralyzed Veterans of America presented Isakson, the Chairman of the Senate Committee on Veterans’ Affairs, with the 2018 Gordon H. Mansfield Congressional Leadership Award.  The award is well deserved, and Isakson’s continued service for wounded veterans has him RISING…


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