Georgia Attorney General Chris Carr has joined a 42-state coalition to urge the Federal Communications Commission to take action against robocalls and caller ID spoofing.read more
The vote for Chairman of the State Republican Party on Saturday is dramatically heating up due to comments surrounding the federal indictment of Georgia Insurance Commissioner Jim Beck. Also a topic of debate will be the party’s finances and voter outreach.read more
DeKalb County State Court Judge Dax Lopez was a longtime board member and fundraiser with the Georgia Association of Latino Elected Officials (GALEO) until he resigned under pressure when then-President Barack Obama nominated him for a federal judgeship.read more
Delegates to the 2019 Georgia Republican Convention will gather in Savannah this weekend, and will hold a wide-open election for a new leader and a new slate of officers.read more
In the wake of Tuesday’s indictment by a federal grand jury on charges that he stole money from his former employer, State Insurance Commissioner Jim Beck says he will fight to clear “his good name.”read more
Last week our own Cindy Morley wrote about the work U.S. Sens. Johnny Isakson (R-GA) and David Perdue (R-GA) are doing to secure much needed disaster relief funds for Georgia farmers impacted by Hurricane Michael.read more
Governor Brian Kemp had until May 12 to decide the fate of any bills or resolutions passed during this year’s legislative session. To the surprise of some, he vetoed 14, as well as a number of line items in the FY 2020 budget.read more
Atlanta is home to a number of billionaires. Some of them own sports teams or media conglomerates, but at least one of them made her money working to make sure all of us looked better in our fancy clothes: Sara Blakely, the founder and CEO of Spanx.read more
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The news that a Mexican illegal alien amassed a large fortune by illegally operating a construction company while employing other illegal aliens and living in a Bartow County compound — complete with a security wall and armed guards – presents a golden opportunity for Gov. Brian Kemp. That is, if the new governor wants to make clear his determination to fight illegal immigration.
One half of one percent.
That’s how many Georgia students complete a computer science course as part of their high school curriculum.
Acclaimed gang prosecutors, acting Cobb District Attorney John Melvin and Chief Assistant District Attorney Mike Carlson’s April 18 Forum column on the Metro Atlanta Gang Intelligence Meeting delivered outstanding information.