Isakson joins opioids fight

U.S. Senator Johnny Isakson, who recently revealed that his own family has been impacted  by the opioid crisis, is joining in on the fight against the epidemic that is devastating communities across the country — including Georgia.

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More Ga. Students Served by Tax Credit Scholarship

Aside from fully funding k-through-12th grade public education at a pre-recession level, the Georgia General Assembly also took a huge step during the 2018 session by passing House Bill 217. It expanded the decade-old successful tax credit scholarship program that serves nearly 14,000 students, while providing transparency and accountability for taxpayers.

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New Revelations of Reed Abusing Public Office

Atlanta City Council President Felicia Moore calls it “disgusting” and “illegal,” the police union is outraged and new Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms was initially speechless after an Atlanta Journal-Constitution probe revealed that former Mayor Kasim Reed awarded some $350,000 in bonuses to his senior staff cronies; ordered $42,500 be given to members of his security detail; gave away $36,000 by drawing names out of a hat during a holiday party raffle in December; and awarded $31,000 to lip sync and ugly sweater contest winners at the party. This incredible new revelation of wasting taxpayers’ money comes as the feds are already investigating Reed’s improper use of a city-issued credit card and who knows what else. Reed as well as his mayoral “legacy” are clearly SINKING…

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