A look back at Loeffler’s time in office

Soon after her appointment to the U.S. Senate, Republican Kelly Loeffler made a commitment to donate her Senate salary to Georgia-based charitable organizations and non-profits. This week, Loeffler donated her final Senate paycheck to the Capitol Police Memorial Fund in honor of fallen U.S. Capitol Police (USCP) Officers Brian Sicknick and Howard Liebengood.

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Kemp: Georgia economy bouncing back

Like the rest of the country, Georgia has faced many challenges as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic. But there is at least one area where Georgia has exceeded other states — economic development and job creation. 

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New Fulton Co. Sheriff Hits the Ground Running 

The new sheriff of Georgia’s most populous county, where the capital city of Atlanta is located, is quite a contrast to that city’s mayor.  Just days after being sworn in, Fulton County Sheriff Pat Labat announced that buying the Atlanta City Detention Center would be a great idea to keep Atlanta and Fulton County safer. 

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Ga. VECTR Center helps put veterans to work

The Georgia Veterans Education Career Transition Resource (VECTR) Center helps veterans returning from service transition back into civilian life and the workforce.  Whether that’s helping translating military certifications to school credits or finding training programs place vets in high-demand fields, VECTR is one of the state’s key resources for vets reintegrating into society.

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Trump’s surprising weakness in Georgia

For Republican candidates and office holders, Donald Trump is the force that one dares not offend.  The potency of his endorsements or tweets was shown more forcefully in Georgia than in most states when he weighed in on the behalf of Brian Kemp during the 2018 gubernatorial runoff turning what had been a competitive situation into a runaway.  In 2018 and 2020, rare was the Republican candidate who staked out positions at odds with that of the president.  

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Banner Year for Georgia State parks

The COVID-19 pandemic drove folks outdoors in 2020, leading to a record-breaking year for Georgia state parks.  According to the state Dept. of Natural Resources park receipt revenue was up by 13%, overall visitation up by 11%, and hunting and fishing license holders had a 7% increase.  A spike in funding and more Georgians enjoying the state’s great outdoors have our parks RISING…

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