House passes Hice’s Presidential Pension Reform bill

When President Harry Truman left office in 1953, his only source of income was his $112.56 per month pension from the U.S. Army.  He and his wife moved back into their old house in Independence, Missouri, where Truman refused to lobby or join any corporate boards, though there was no shortage of offers. 

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Lawmakers hear testimony on casinos and gambling

For the past two days, members of the House Special Committee on Economic Growth have listened to a long trail of speakers that included casino executives, sports betting operators and other key stakeholders — some speaking in favor of legalizing gambling in Georgia and others against the idea.

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Georgia Needs a 21st Century Electricity Grid

We’ve grown accustomed to the incredible benefits and comforts America’s energy infrastructure has provided us. Think about the incredible pace of change in technology alone: barely a decade ago, we weren’t carrying smartphones and tablets to stream video or play games.

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A Georgia Drought

The Georgia Department of Natural Resources has declared a level one drought throughout much of the state, including Metro Atlanta, following a hot and dry summer into fall.  While water use restrictions are not yet officially in place, they could be as soon as this week if we don’t see any rain.  While yards and water bills are starting to suffer, the real risk is for farmers, who if they don’t get some rain soon may find themselves SINKING…

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