Video: Loudermilk talks North Korea

Rep. Barry Loudermilk (R-Cartersville) appeared on Fox Business to discuss the North Korea Summit and the reaction around Capitol Hill.  Of particular note – Loudermilk discusses why the ending of war games with South Korea will not hurt the U.S.’s military readiness, and why the Dems are wrong in their criticism of President Donald Trump.

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Atlanta under fire for dilapidated sidewalks

The City of Atlanta may have avoided a lawsuit regarding the ongoing open records investigation at City Hall, but now it faces another – a class action suit brought forward on behalf of disabled residents under the Americans with Disabilities Act.

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Defeated Black Candidates Undermine Democratic Unity

Several black and female Democrat candidates are not handling defeat well in the wake of Georgia’s May 22 primary, causing headaches for Democratic Party unity as it prepares for the fall election campaign. Some Democrats note this is especially undermining the party’s fragile white-black coalition.

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Savannah Harbor Deepening On Track

Thanks to the efforts of U.S. Senators Johnny Isakson (R-GA) and David Perdue (R-GA), and U.S. Representative Buddy Carter (R-GA-01), President Trump has approved roughly  $85 million to keep the Savannah Harbor Expansion Project (SHEP) on track this year.

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Post-Session Update: Extensive Education Funding

During the 2018 session, the Georgia General Assembly fulfilled our constitutional duty and passed a record $26 billion Fiscal Year 2019 budget, House Bill 684, which is based on a state fund growth rate of 3.20 percent over Fiscal Year 2018 amended budget estimates. I am proud to say that the majority of the FY19 budget focused on education funding.

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Georgia Lottery celebrates 25 years

Today at 2:30 pm at the State Capitol Georgia Lottery Corp. President and CEO Gretchen Corbin will kick off a 25th anniversary event with special guest Gov. Nathan Deal. Especially celebrated will be 25 years of the lottery-funded HOPE scholarship and pre-kindergarten programs.The $19 billion-plus generated by lottery games since the first ticket was purchased when the late Zell Miller was governor have provided HOPE to over 1.8 million collage students. The revenue has also offered access to lottery-funded pre-k programs for over 1.4 million four-year-olds. The Lottery Corp. broke all revenue records last year, Captain Corbin has the ship sailing in the right direction this year and there’s a lot to celebrate as its boat keeps RISING…

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