Recent reports from the National Consumer Law Center and Electronic Privacy Information Centers show that over 33 million scam robocalls are made to Americans every day. And it’s costing the victims a lot of money.read more
The Georgia Governor’s Tourism Conference was held this week in Athens. Presented by the Explore Georgia, the tourism arm of the economic development office, the three-day conference was a chance for attendees to showcase their success and tourism professionals to learn the latest strategies for marketing their communities across the state.read more
U.S. Rep. Rick Allen (R-GA-12) is working to expand access to programs that would provide training and resources to anyone hoping to start their own business. Earlier this week, Allen introduced the Startup Act which amends the Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act of 2014 by including language that incorporates entrepreneurial skills development training into the current federal system.read more
It has not been reported in Georgia’s mainstream media, but the attorney for Georgia Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger has just admitted that Fulton County did not conduct a proper and legal recount of its 2020 election results.read more
For eight years running, Georgia has been named the ‘Top State in the Country to Do Business.’ In an effort to keep that designation going, state officials created a statewide business court — following approval by Georgia voters in 2018 and codified with bipartisan support in the 2019 legislative session.read more
Georgia Congressman Buddy Carter (R-GA-01) played a key role in the passage of H.R. 4040, the Advancing Telehealth Beyond COVID-19 Act, adding several provisions to the legislation that will expand access to telehealth services to all Georgians. And one of his Democratic peers from Georgia praised the legislation that overwhelmingly passed the House by a vote of 416-12 and is now headed for the Senate for a vote.read more
State Sen. Tyler Harper (R-Ocilla), Republican candidate for agriculture commissioner, appeared on NewsMax’s National Report this week to talk about how inflation and the possibility of a recession are impacting the state’s largest industry – agriculture.read more
The August 7th show opens with feisty debate over cancellation of Atlanta’s annual Music Midtown concert, which organizers and Democrat gubernatorial candidate Stacey Abrams claim is due to the state’s new constitutional carry gun law.read more
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If you are a Georgia parent of a special needs child, you should be aware of what laws are in place to protect you and your child. Special education laws are aimed to enhance the educational access of students with disabilities and the Individuals with Disabilities Improvement Education Act of 2004 (IDEA) ensures all children with disabilities are provided a free appropriate public education (FAPE).
Georgia once again finds itself in election season, with two highly competitive midterm races on the horizon. At the state level, Governor Brian Kemp is facing Stacey Abrams in a rematch of their 2018 showdown, while Senator Raphael Warnock and Herschel Walker will fight to determine who represents Georgia in the U.S. Senate.
I’m a “mompreneur” from Gwinnett, with a business in Atlanta helping other mompreneurs go from side hustle to a thriving business by providing step-by-step business growth strategies, so they can free up their time, generate more income, enjoy living life with their families and look great doing it. My main business line is selling fashion online through my Facebook store, Lyntrell’s Closet.