Ga. Chamber honors legislators

The Georgia Chamber has announced its three legislators of the year, honoring one member of the state House, one in the state Senate, and one freshman lawmaker for promoting policies that enhance the state’s business climate.  This year’s winners are Sen....

Former Georgia Rep. Heads Judicial Ethics Panel

The agency that investigates Georgia judges, and has forced dozens of them to resign and even be prosecuted for crimes over the past dozen years, has elected as its chairman former U.S. attorney, former GOP U.S. representative and one-time Libertarian Party...

Payday for UGA athletes

Georgia House Bill 617, passed earlier this year, set the stage for college athletes in the state to accept endorsement deals and profit from their name and likeness.  How that law, which mirrors those passed in many other states, will impact the collegiate landscape...

GA Chamber opens Brunswick office

The Georgia Chamber this week announced the grand opening of its third state office in Brunswick, in partnership with the Brunswick-Golden Isles Chamber of Commerce.  The office will help serve the Golden Isles and all of Georgia’s coast, which has boomed in...

May tax revenues soar

Expectedly, May tax revenues for Georgia are up big time over the same month in 2020, with the numbers painting a rosy picture of the state’s economic recovery.  Net tax collections came in at $2.66 billion, up 68 percent from last year.  Individual income tax...

Gwinnett Tech dives into cybersecurity

Gov. Brian Kemp was in Lawrenceville Monday to help mark the groundbreaking of Gwinnett Tech’s new computer information systems, cybersecurity and emerging technologies building that will serve as the centerpiece of a $38 million campus investment focused on...

Login

Lost your password?