A newly formed Senate study committee on law enforcement reform will hold its first meeting today to begin gathering information and identifying areas where state laws might need to be revised.read more
Teacher performance evaluations have been an issue of concern recently among education advocates and teacher support groups. State officials hope a bill signed by Gov. Brian Kemp will help alleviate some of their concerns.read more
Marjorie Taylor Greene will not only become Georgia’s new 14th District congresswoman when she is sworn into office in a few months — she’ll be the first-ever congresswoman in the history of northwest Georgia — in 232 years.read more
The legacy of former Atlanta Mayor Kasim Reed continues to be tarnished with news that his top city hall aide who controlled Atlanta’s finances was indicted by a federal grand jury on Tuesday.read more
The race for Georgia’s 6th Congressional seat heated up Wednesday. Republican Karen Handel is demanding her opponent, Democratic U.S. Rep. Lucy McBath, return money from groups that vocally support the Defund the Police movement.read more
For the first time, a Georgia Board of Regents Chair has been elected for a second consecutive term. During Tuesday’s meeting, the Board of Regents of the University System of Georgia (USG) elected Regent Sachin Shailendra to a second one-year term as the Board’s chair. Regent Cade Joiner was elected to serve as vice chair.read more
University System of Georgia Chancellor Steve Wrigley Tuesday defended his decision to bring students back to the system’s 26 campuses this semester for in-person classes.read more
Voices from both sides of the aisle are making themselves heard when it comes to election security leading up to November 3rd. Whether it be concerns over voter fraud, new voting machines, issues with the USPS, or absentee ballot reception, there is no shortage of valid questions around the election process.read more
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Plaintiffs’ attorneys in Georgia and elsewhere have really shown their true colors during this pandemic by going after healthcare providers. Tort litigation against professionals and businesses needs unified efforts in tort reform.
With a decision forthcoming from the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers on a proposed mining project in South Georgia, an August 25 InsiderAdvantage article by Baker Owens discussing concerns of conservation groups requires some context. With apologies to the late, great Paul Harvey, I offer the “rest of the story.”
With all of the violence, riots and civil unrest that currently threatens our land, it is important to remember the social justice victories that great Georgians like U.S. Congressman John Lewis, U.S. Ambassador Andrew Young and Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. were able to win by carefully practicing non-violent resistance.