Airport Authority Committee holds final meeting

The Senate Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport Operations and Authority Creation Study Committee met for the fourth and final time Thursday, and finally City of Atlanta officials had their chance to argue for why the world’s busiest airport should remain under their purview.  The original date for the committee’s recommendation was set for December 1st, but was pushed back due to last month’s special session.

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Georgia Congressmen explain their opposition to the Farm Bill

While the $867 Agriculture Improvement Act of 2018, H.R.2, known as the Farm Bill, passed the House and Senate earlier this week with strong bi-partisan support, three Republican Congressmen from Georgia opposed it — U.S. Reps. Buddy Carter (R-1st District), Jody Hice (R-10th District) and Barry Loudermilk, (R-11th District).

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Kemp heads to D.C.

With less than a month before he is sworn in as Georgia’s 83rd governor, Governor-elect Brian Kemp headed up to Washington D.C. Thursday to meet with some very high profile Republican officials.

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Red, Purple, & Blue: Looking Back, Looking Forward

Today marks 15 days since the fraught midterm elections of 2018. Though the race was not decided that night, on November 16th Stacey Abrams officially ended her run for governor against Brian Kemp, who will serve as the 83rd Governor of Georgia beginning on January 14th.

Legislature votes to fund hurricane relief

On October 10, 2018, a category 3 hurricane moved across southwest Georgia, one of the most important areas of our state for agriculture and forestry. As we know, this storm devastated a part of our state in ways we have never seen before, and some have called it “the largest timber catastrophe in our nation’s history”.

NARK II is an unreliable snitch

Innocent Georgians are going to jail because of a faulty police field test. In fact, not long ago, Doraville police officers pulled over two Ghanaian newlyweds, Simon Cofie and Clarice Daku, because their license plate was obscured.

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Uber to fight crime

They don’t wear masks or capes, (well hopefully not) but in 2019 Uber drivers will be helping to keep Atlanta’s streets safe.  A new partnership between the ride sharing service and Crime Stoppers International aims to give drivers access to an online portal where they can anonymously report crimes while cruising the city’s streets, (while parked, obviously).  Uber has made teaming up with law enforcement a priority as of late, and this new resource that helps link the authorities with some of the people who see more of the city than anyone has all parties involved RISING…

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