Georgia News

Senator Josh McKoon for Secretary of State

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Wednesday, May 16, 2018 CONTACT: Senator Josh McKoon for Secretary of State  announces Veterans Task Force Republican Senator Josh McKoon, who is running to be Georgia’s next [Read More]

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District 7 Report

Following is the latest report from Congressman Rob Woodall of Georgia’s 7th Congressional District FORSYTH COUNTY REMAINS HEALTHIEST IN GEORGIA FOR SIXTH STRAIGHT YEAR We strive for excellence in Forsyth [Read More]

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The Stockbridge Land Grab (Updated)

(Updated 3/01/18) Last year, Senate Bills 262 and 263 (SB262 and SB263) and House Bills 638 and 639, (HB 638 and HB 639) which sanction the Stockbridge land grab, were [Read More]

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The Georgia Legislature- Overreach and Power Grab

It is very disturbing that so many state legislators who claim to support limited government, have sponsored or voted for legislation that expands government. The legislation in question appears to [Read More]

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New Proposed Tax on Telecommunications

The following article was originally published on 12/30/17. Some aspects of the legislation have changed, but the information below is still largely accurate.I By Dave Emanuel t’s interesting to note [Read More]

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Toxic Chemicals- Coming to Your Neighborhood?

The New York Times recently published an article dealing with the dangers created when flood waters overrun a facility that utilizes and stores toxic chemicals. In what has become a [Read More]

City News

DeKalb County Insights

By Nancy Jester, DeKalb County District 1 Commissioner The new year is here and we are well under way. Hopefully everyone is still adhering to those new year’s resolutions. I’m [Read More]

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The Safest Cities in Georgia

The National Council for Home Safety and Security recently ranked the safest cities in the nation, and in each state. The council’s “Safest Cities in Georgia” are listed below. Before [Read More]

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Tax Reform, Better Schools, Justice Reform, Driverless cars

From the Georgia Public Policy Foundation Taxes and spending Taxing the rich? At least 3 million American workers are benefiting from the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act, according to Americans [Read More]

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Georgia Public Policy Facts- Rural Broadband, Health Care, Work Requirements

Rural broadband: Explaining his proposal for a market-oriented approach to rural broadband deployment, Mark Jamison of the American Enterprise Institute writes, “Policies for rural broadband have seemed random the past [Read More]