Opponents of school vouchers who thought the issue was dead for this legislative session were surprised Wednesday when the education “scholarship” bill was back on the table as part of HB 63.read more
Georgia could soon have a new farming industry.read more
Each year, one member of Congress is presented with the Military Order of the Purple Heart’s Inspirational Leader Award in recognition of their outstanding leadership and legislative achievement.read more
Numerous economists describe the “Green New Deal” proposed by socialist Democrats in the U.S. Congress as the most expensive and economically radical legislation ever proposed.read more
Georgia’s new Lt. Governor Geoff Duncan says he “firmly believes that the Office of Lt. Governor should be term limited like the Office of Governor.”read more
Legislation introduced by U.S. Senator Johnny Isakson (R-GA) and signed into law by President Donald J. Trump will expand and protect three Georgia historic sites: Ocmulgee National Monument, Fort Frederica National Monument and Kennesaw Mountain Battlefield Park.read more
If something sounds too good to be true, it probably is. That dour saying appears to fit the bill in the case of two infrastructure programs approved under the watch of former Atlanta Mayor Kasim Reed – the 2015 Renew Atlanta bond and the 2016 TSPLOST.read more
Atlanta is already known as “the city in the trees,” but if the Trust for Public Land has its way, the city will be known for its public parks.read more
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Ever since Ted Turner established Turner Broadcasting in 1965, Georgia has been a leader in telecommunications. Born in Arizona, I grew up a fan of Chipper Jones, Andres Galarraga and Greg Maddux because the Atlanta Braves were one of the only teams I could watch on a regular basis. And while the Diamondbacks came to town in 1998, you never forget your first love.
Georgia is a wonderful place to call home, but like many other states it’s desperately lacking in a key area: affordable healthcare. Expanding Medicaid is a popular idea to extend health insurance to more low-income Georgians, but there are three good reasons why it would be a bad step for the Peach State.
As a doctor who is married to an emergency doctor, I certainly care about patients in distress. I want to correct some misinformation in Ellen Sims’ March 15 op-ed titled “Will Georgia clean up EMS system?”