Reflections on the End of the Henson Era

  It was a sign of the political times this week when the only white male Democrat in the chamber, state Sen. Steve Henson of DeKalb County, announced he would not seek re-election in 2020. With white male Democratic office-holders becoming ever scarcer in the...

Could a Far-Left Democrat Defeat Perdue in 2020?

  When Democrat Mayor Ted Terry of Clarkston yesterday announced his 2020 candidacy for the U.S. Senate seat held by incumbent David Perdue, R-Ga., it sparked worries among some prominent Democrats that he is too far-left to be electable. Former Columbus Mayor...

Masters rental tax bills stirring opposition

Two bills that will be carried over to the 2020 General Assembly have various renters across the state up in arms, but resistance is especially strong at the home of the famed Masters golf tournament: Augusta. Homeowners in the Augusta area for decades have rented...

Masters rental tax bills stirring opposition

  Two bills that will be carried over to the 2020 General Assembly have various renters across the state up in arms, but resistance is especially strong at the home of the famed Masters golf tournament: Augusta. Homeowners in the Augusta area for decades have...

Isakson Files Speed Cap Bill for 18-Wheelers

  Many bills in the U.S. Congress don’t get much media attention but nevertheless can have a great impact— especially if they are backed by prominent lawmakers of both parties. So it is with S. 2033— the Cullum Owings Large Truck Safe Operating Speed Act—...

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