Brandon Beach (R-Alpharetta) believes he still has a lot of work to do in the Senate for the state and the constituents of District 21. That, he says, was the deciding factor in his decision Thursday to end his campaign for the U.S. Congress.read more
Many pollsters in recent years have lamented the fact that polling is becoming increasingly difficult. Former veteran pollster Matt Towery, a co-founder of InsiderAdvantage Georgia, is in full agreement– especially after examining the latest University of Georgia School of Public and International Affairs poll that finds former Vice President Joe Biden ahead of President Donald Trump in a potential 2020 presidential election match-up.read more
At the Georgia Conservancy’s recent annual gala, the ecoBenefête, former President Jimmy Carter was honored as the 2019 Distinguished Conservationist.read more
Georgia officials will now have more tools to fight human trafficking and provide more support and resources to victims of these crimes, thanks to nearly $153 million in grant funding.read more
The U.S. House gave approval to the Deborah Sampson Act Tuesday that addresses several important issues facing female veterans.read more
The Georgia Department of Natural Resources late last week reopened the Glynn County recreational harvesting area to shellfishers, following concerns over possible spillage from the wreck of the M/V Golden Ray.read more
The U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development delivers an annual estimate to Congress of homeless people in the country. And based on the latest estimates from the federal government, there were 552,830 people experiencing homelessness across the United States in January 2018.read more
Our own CEO Phil Kent sat down with our friends at Georgia CEO this week to discuss the importance of community outreach for Georgia businesses.read more
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“I was transgender. Until I wasn’t.” Those are the words of Stephen, a 19-year old college sophomore and lacrosse player. Six years earlier, at age 14, Stephen was feeling very uncomfortable in his own body. “I was depressed a lot,” he said, “and my anxiety was so bad I couldn’t look at myself in the mirror. I used to tell my mom I wanted to die. I hated everyone.”
No new rule or regulation can bring back Donna Martin or Jason Brady; two lives among many, cut short as the result of substandard emergency medical care.
Recent reports of rising violent crime rates reflect the need for a federal anti-gang law and aggressive implementation of best practices in anti-gang investigations and prosecutions.