Still digesting the 2021 legislative session 

  Understandably, considering the ensuing uproar, much of the coverage of this year’s legislative session has focused on the election law reforms passed by the General Assembly. The Citizen’s Arrest law also got a widely praised update – following the tragic...

Huge Economic Win for Georgia, U.S. Economy 

  Gov. Brian Kemp and his economic team are ecstatic that Korean companies LG Energy Solution and SK Innovation yesterday agreed to end their trade secret dispute and all litigation relating to electric vehicle batteries in the United States.  “Our state...

Candidates lining up for 2022

  We still have about 19 months until the November 2022 elections in Georgia — but the first wave of candidates have already thrown their hats in the ring to challenge some of the state’s current Constitutional officers.  Names began surfacing in the Lt....

New cityhood bills in the General Assembly

  It has gone virtually unnoticed by most Georgians that several new cityhood bills were introduced at the end of the just-concluded General Assembly. A new east Cobb County city proposal, for example, floundered in the last legislative session. But it was...

Carr pushes to keep Ga. a right-to-work state

  Attorney General Chris Carr is joining other states in sending a message to U.S. Senate leaders — Georgia is a right-to-work state and plans to stay that way. Carr announced today that he has joined a 14-state coalition of attorneys general in sending a...

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