If you reside in the Atlanta area, mark the date of Saturday, Sept. 7th on your calendar. It is a day when one can honor the memory of New York City firefighters, police officers and emergency medical responders.read more
For much of the past 20 years, Senate District 48, which spans parts of Duluth and Johns Creek in the North Atlanta suburbs, was a Republican stronghold.read more
A new scam making its way across Georgia targets older, at-risk Georgians and exploits their healthcare concerns, according to Attorney General Chris Carr.read more
Defeated 2018 Georgia Democratic gubernatorial candidate Stacey Abrams has unveiled a plan to expand her Georgia-based voting rights group by training staffers in 20 competitive states to protect against threats of what she claims is “voter suppression.”read more
Georgia has been ranked the number one state in the nation to do business for six years in a row, and Georgia lawmakers say they want to make it seven.read more
As the crow flies, the distance between Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport and Chattanooga’s Airport is just 106 miles.read more
A short time after Governor Brian Kemp instructed all state agencies to cut their 2020 proposed budgets by at least 4 percent in an effort to cut wasteful spending, Speaker David Ralston (R-Blue Ridge) has directed House Appropriations Chairman Terry England (R-Auburn) and his subcommittee chairmen to begin holding committee meetings this fall to allow adequate time to prepare the AFY 2020 and FY 2021 state budgets.read more
Economic development officials statewide all agree that building out a skilled workforce is one of the keys to maintaining Georgia’s spot as one of the top states for business.read more
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The dual mass shootings last weekend exposed two uncomfortable truths. First, there is a cancerous undercurrent of extremism in our society; and second, this phenomenon is not relegated to one side of the political spectrum or the other.
In the coming weeks, thousands of Georgia students will return to school and officially begin the 2019-2020 academic year.
Conservatives staunchly support the notion of honesty and accountability in government. And conservative initiatives to protect the integrity of elections (e.g., voter identification laws) demonstrate a fidelity to democratic (small d) principles.