Gov. Brian Kemp is among 26 Republican governors who signed a hard-hitting letter seeking a meeting with President Joe Biden in coming days to discuss “the damage” that his open borders policy is causing due to the daily influx of thousands of illegal aliens.read more
Officials with the University System of Georgia (USG) report that they are beginning to see early declines in COVID-19 cases amid efforts by officials to encourage students, faculty and staff to get vaccinated against COVID-19 and wear masks inside campus facilities.read more
Georgia lawmakers continue to look for ways to address the startling crime rate in Atlanta. The House Public Safety & Homeland Security Committee, chaired by State Representative J. Collins (R-Villa Rica), held a town hall meeting late last week to hear from residents in downtown Atlanta on ways to address crime.read more
You didn’t learn this from most Georgia media, but Nicki Minaj supporters marched on the Atlanta headquarters of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) last week chanting that the pop star “told the truth” with her comments about COVID vaccines.read more
The General Assembly Working Group on Addiction and Recovery held a Town Hall Meeting by Zoom Thursday to talk about their recent successes, and announce their plans to launch a Community Working Group made up of local officials from across the state.read more
Governor Brian Kemp announced a new position with the Georgia Department of Economic Development (GDEcD) on Thursday, the Director of Small Business Outreach.read more
Democrat Charlie Bailey says he will create a statewide civil rights division and a new unit to fight organized crime if elected as Georgia Attorney General in the 2022 election. Bailey ran against Republican incumbent Chris Carr in 2018 on the same issues and is looking for a rematch.read more
The Sept. 19th broadcast opens with debate over the Fulton County district attorney receiving $5 million from the County Commission to hire more help to prosecute a huge criminal case backlog that includes dozens of alleged murderers and rapists.read more
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The push for foreign law enforcement officers is still on, but transparency was not part of the agenda at the second meeting of a state House panel focused on removing “barriers to the foreign-born.”
As Congress debates a $3.5 trillion budget plan, most Georgians are unaware of a new provision put forth by the Biden Administration that would discourage the creation of new jobs and new development.
On Thursday, President Joe Biden announced a sweeping plan to demand a huge swath of our nation step up and take the Covid-19 shot whether they like it or not – federal employees, workers in companies with more than 100 workers, federally-funded pre-school teachers.