Isakson, Perdue push for disaster relief

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.    

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State to investigate HD-28 voter fraud

The election saga in Northeast Georgia’s House District 28 has been among the longest and strangest in recent memory, and in the latest twist the Secretary of State’s office has opened an investigation into voter fraud in the district.

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Kemp Lauds Tourism and Unveils New Guide

Tuesday was Tourism, Hospitality and Arts Day at the Georgia Capitol. It was a first for Governor Kemp and a “Chamber” day for the new governor and industry professionals to show off the state. Tourism continues to grow as an industry in Georgia and has an annual impact of more than $63 billion. 

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Georgia Think Tank Named Among World’s Best

The Think Tanks and Civil Societies Program at the University of Pennsylvania (TTCSP) recently released their annual think tank index report. For the second consecutive year, Georgia’s own Georgia Public Policy Foundation (GPPF) was named in the top global independent think thanks list.

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UGA Employee Condones Violence, But No Punishment?

After a University of Georgia teaching assistant wrote on Facebook last week that “some white people may have to die for black communities to be made whole in this struggle to advance to freedom,” the University System chancellor and Board Regents have been internally debating an employee’s free speech rights versus the right of an employer to fire an employee.

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Bibb County administrator honored

Bibb County School District Superintendent Curtis L. Jones Jr. last week was named the 2019 National Superintendent of the Year by the American Association for School Administrators.  The West Point graduate and former Army officer has brought some of that military background to the county, where his “Victory in Our Schools” plan has turned around the once-struggling district following the firing of former superintendent Romain Dallemand, who pleaded guilty to tax evasion.  For his recognition of the great work he has done since assuming his role in 2015, Jones’ ship is RISING…

 

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