News leaked this week that U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) wants to expand its training facilities in Georgia. Already home to ICE’s Office of Firearms and Tactical Programs, Ft. Benning could soon host a state of the art facility featuring “hyper-realistic training devices” such as model homes and other environments. Georgia playing a bigger role in one of the nation’s most pertinent federal agencies has the state’s ship RISING…
Finally some good economic news from the state Capitol this week, as Gov. Brian Kemp announced that thanks to “reassuring signs of fiscal resilience,” upcoming cuts to the state budget will be lowered to 11 percent, down from the original 14 percent as originally anticipated. The news should help ease at least some of the burden placed on lawmakers as the try to find ways to cut the budget when they reconvene in Atlanta on June 15th. For Kemp and co. the reopening strategy appears to be paying dividends for the economy – we are not out of the woods yet but this good news has our economic boat RISING…
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