Lawmakers don’t show their hands at Eggs & Issues

In a normal year the Georgia Chamber’s “Eggs and Issues” program serves as a bellwether for the legislative session ahead.  This year, gone fully virtual, the program was a bit muted as lawmakers kept their cards close to the vest, perhaps unsurprising given the current political climate.

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Lt. Gov. Causes Stir by Firing Several Committee Chairs

Lt. Gov. Geoff Duncan yesterday announced the slate of 2021 state Senate committee chairs, and the biggest news were the names not included on the list. In fact, some GOP insiders InsiderAdvantage interviewed note that Duncan’s purge has now made him big political enemies within his own Republican Party.

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Final Georgia U.S. Senate Runoff Observations 

Political commentator Erick Erickson shares what he calls this brilliant precinct by precinct analysis by his friend Jake Walker: namely, on Nov. 3rd GOP Sen. David Perdue outperformed President Donald Trump with black voters and Jon Ossoff underperformed Democrat presidential candidate Joe Biden. He quotes Walker: 

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Watch the 2021 Georgia General Assembly

Lawmakers convened yesterday in Atlanta for the 157th legislative session in the history of the Peach State. They will be discussing everything from formulating and passing a new state budget to various priorities such as election and education reform. It resumes today. To view online, go to:

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Georgia Jobs Hinge on SKI Decision

Right now the current political world lacks clarity. After a hotly contested presidential election, Georgia is on its way to two Senate runoffs. Still, despite the controversy and drama, we cannot allow politics to get in the way of commonsense policy that benefits everyday Georgians.

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Bouncing Back

Gov. Brian Kemp and the Georgia Department of Economic Development Thursday announced that some 16,000 jobs have been created in the state in the first half of fiscal year 2021, totaling nearly $6 billion in new investments.  This represents a 40% increase in new jobs created over the first half of 2020, a great sign that the state’s economy is on the rise after an obvious dip in much of last year.  The main industries creating jobs are food processing, manufacturing, and logistics and distribution.  Great work in trying times has the GDEcD team RISING…

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