We are still about a year away from primary voting season but, it being a presidential year, fundraising is well underway. That is going to be a difficult task for some candidates this time around.read more
The list of appointments to the Georgians for Refuge, Action, Compassion, and Education (GRACE) Commission, reads like a list of Who’s Who in Georgia.read more
Today not only marks the start of the Masters Golf Tournament in Augusta— the hottest ticket in the sports world— but also the 59th annual Red Carpet Tour hosted by Georgia Chamber of Commerce and the Department of Economic Development.read more
Brian Anderson, President and CEO of the Greater Columbus Chamber of Commerce, is excited about a major project moving forward in downtown Columbus– Mercer University’s plans to open a four-year medical school campus.read more
Augusta National Golf Club’s 18 holes, constructed on the site of a former nursery, are each named after a tree or shrub with which they’ve become associated. They include idyllic names like Tea Olive, Pink Dogwood, and Flowering Peach.read more
Students from Fort Valley State took top honors in the Georgia Chamber of Commerce’s first InVenture – a competition for college students that is designed to foster innovation, entrepreneurship and start-up creation.read more
A number of education-related bills passed through the General Assembly this year, but one of the most controversial bills impacting education stalled — school vouchers.read more
The April 14th broadcast opens with Gov. Brian Kemp’s plea to Congress to financially aid Georgia farms devastated by Hurricane Michael. The panel squabbles over who is to blame– Democrats or Republicans. Focus then turns to the governor’s comment “thankfully nothing actually happened” re: the proposed state Atlanta airport authority legislation.read more
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During the 2018 interim, a 13-member, bipartisan airport study committee discussed the possibility of transferring responsibility of the Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport to an authority that mirrors the structure of the Georgia World Congress Center Authority and the Georgia Ports Authority.
The Metro Atlanta Chamber and the Importers and Exporters Association of Taipei (IEAT) signed an agreement Thursday, March 21 that will enhance cooperation between their organizations and benefit their members and the businesses and business organizations they represent.
When I speak at events across the Third District, I often cite my favorite Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. quote: “Life’s most persistent and urgent question is, ‘what are you doing for others?'” This question drove me into public service and has continued to shape my work in Congress, including my recent appointment to the Committee on Ways and Means.