Savannah hosts “License to Work” event

  The Georgia Public Policy Foundation was joined by the Georgians First Commission in Savannah to host “License to Work,” an event focused on occupational licensing and permitting reform. The groups chose to host their event in Savannah as it is the site of some...

Raffensperger talks “She Leads” program

  Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger says improving Georgians’ financial literacy is a key part of his office’s mission. In that vein, this week he is promoting the second annual edition of the “She Leads” program, which looks to...

Record-breaking year for tourism in Georgia

  With the passing of Labor Day, the height of the tourism season in Georgia is over. And by all accounts, it was a big season. The numbers aren’t in for 2019 yet – it’s not over. But the numbers for 2018 are and at last week’s Georgia Governor’s Tourism...

Watch Sunday’s Georgia Gang on YouTube

The September 15 broadcast opens with guest Democrat Cathy Woolard and the regulars discussing the Atlanta School Board’s failure to renew the contract of Superintendent Meria Carstarphen. Focus then turns to Democrat Jon Ossoff getting into the 2020 U.S. Senate...

Cobb Thrives Alongside Chamber

  Since the Cobb County Chamber of Commerce introduced its economic development strategy Select Cobb, the county has seen the creation of more than 30,000 jobs and $3 billion in private investment. Sharon Mason, president and CEO of the Cobb Chamber, along with...

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