There’s been a lot of talk in the last few weeks about who will run for one of Georgia’s two U.S. Senate seats in 2022. Democrat Raphael Warnock currently holds the seat, filling the unexpired term of retired Sen. Johnny Isakson.read more
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 shooting of Ahmaud Arbery.read more
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.read more
The recent tax cut passed by the Georgia General Assembly is directly affected by the so-called COVID relief law that includes $350 billion in federal aid to states and localities.read more
A bill that would make it a felony to distribute sexually explicit content on a pornographic website with the intent of harassing or causing financial harm to the victim is headed to Gov. Brian Kemp’s desk.read more
More than $5 million in federal aid will go to schools across the state to help Georgia expand nursing services.read more
When the dust settled from this year’s General Assembly session, environmental advocates were looking at some success but mostly disappointments.read more
Democrat guest panelist Bobby Kaple joins IAG CEO Phil Kent and Janelle King for the April 11th broadcast. It kicks off with a feisty debate over Major League Baseball being pressured to move the All Star Game from Georgia to Colorado because of opposition to Georgia’s new election reform law.read more
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In the quest to attract investment from foreign and domestic corporations, Georgia has become a home for Electric Vehicle-related manufacturing. In 2019, SK Innovation (SKI), an electric vehicle (EV) battery manufacturer and subsidiary of a South Korean global conglomerate, broke ground in the town of Commerce on a $1.67 billion manufacturing plant to produce batteries for Ford and Volkswagen, with a promise of creating 2,000 jobs.
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Tom Menino was Mayor of Boston for 21 years, from 1993 to 2014. Unlike most of his predecessors and successors, he didn’t want to use the office as a steppingstone to some higher office. All he wanted was to be mayor of Boston.