Professional licensing reform returns to Georgia

  Last fall, Area Development Magazine named Georgia the top state for business for the seventh consecutive year. “[This] is a powerful testament to the fundamental strength of Georgia’s economy, even in these challenging times,” Gov. Brian Kemp said in a...

Bill to aid military spouses a “must-pass”

  Come June 15, the Georgia Legislature will lumber back into session after a COVID-19-induced respite that began when lawmakers adjourned in mid-March. This came after the General Assembly had already completed the majority of their 40-day legislation session....

Could Cities Learn Something from Atlanta’s Mayor?

  Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms has faced her fair share of criticism during her tenure as Atlanta’s chief executive, including her decision to cancel Atlanta’s beloved Peach Drop last New Year’s Eve. Even so, she’s also taken some laudable steps that deserve praise...

When Lawmakers Return, Some Promising Bills Await Them

  “I am not superstitious, but I am a little stitious,” The Office’s Michael Scott once said. While the statement was intended to be comical, I sometimes sympathize with it. Indeed, when Georgia’s 2020 legislative session convened on Jan. 13 amid a torrential...

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