Bipartisan push for workforce development

The Senate Higher Education Committee is considering proposed legislation that would create a joint study committee that would focus on strengthening Georgia’s future workforce. House Resolution 154 was presented to the committee Monday morning by Sen. Nan Orrock (D-Atlanta) but has bipartisan support with 40 Republican and Democrat co-signers.

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The latest Georgia COVID-19 vaccine information 

The Georgia Department of Public Health’s COVID-19 vaccine dashboard yesterday reported 2,048,591 total vaccine doses administered statewide, accounting for 82.57 percent of the state’s received allocation. That means Georgia administered one million vaccines in just twenty five days. 

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Bill prohibiting ‘defunding the police’ headed to House Rules Committee 

The House Government Affairs committee gave approval to a bill Wednesday that would prohibit cities and counties from reducing spending on their police departments by more than 5 percent a year. HB 286, sponsored by Rep. Houston Gaines (R-Athens), made its way through a subcommittee Tuesday morning, before getting the ‘Do Pass’ recommendation from the full committee late Wednesday afternoon.

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Watch March’s first Georgia Gang!

The Feb. 28th show opens with Republican and Democrat panelists clashing over GOP-led election reform legislation, especially photo ID requirements for absentee ballots, limits on absentee ballot drop boxes and reduced Sunday voting.

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Lessons from the recent election cycle

It was widely recognized that Georgia might vote for a Democrat campaigning statewide, but many doubted that the state was on the verge of such a dramatic change.  Now that the state has voted for Joe Biden and sent Raphael Warnock and Jon Ossoff to the Senate, there can be no doubt that Georgia is a tossup state where each party has a shot at victory. 

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Amazon Insults a Distinguished Georgian 

The “cancel culture” promoted by radicals to damage people’s reputations and censor them is out of control.  It is an alarming trend. From attacking Dr. Seuss to Mr. Potato Head – it seems that almost nothing is off limits to destroy the pillars of popular culture. And now Amazon targets U.S. Supreme Court Justice and proud Georgia native Clarence Thomas.  It suddenly removed a powerful documentary film on Thomas during Black History Month!  Amazon’s “canceling” the chronicle of the life of this distinguished African-American jurist, just because it dislikes his judicial philosophy, has the publishing company’s reputation SINKING… 

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