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Economic Diversity, State Leadership: A Recipe for Georgia’s Success

A growing, diverse economy with strong leadership can only help Georgia.

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Friday Facts: April 24, 2015

How many states have embraced Education Savings Accounts?

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Eva Galambos: Farewell to an Iron Lady of Georgia

The first mayor of Sandy Springs was a tenacious lady.

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Deepwater Horizon: Drawn-Out Tempest in a Teacup

It’s hard to find evidence — or even scars — of the Deepwater Horizon oil spill, but it’s a cash cow.

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Friday Facts: April 17, 2015

Taxes and spending, by the numbers.

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The Atlanta Public Schools Cheating Scandal

How the APS cheating school was uncovered.

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Secretary of State Brian Kemp Keynotes May 14 Event

“License to Work,” May 15 Leadership Breakfast, is keynoted by Secretary of State Brian Kemp

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Checking Up On Health: April 14, 2015

An HIV outbreak and how the IRS is rewriting the rules on the Affordable Care Act.

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Georgia Leading the Way on Criminal Justice Reform

Georgia’s successful criminal justice reforms were highlighted recently at an event in Atlanta hosted by the Charles Koch Institute. Enea Gjoza and Ewan Watt of the Charles Koch Institute highlighted Georgia’s efforts in an article published by InsiderAdvantage, “Georgia Sketchingaaa

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2015 Legislative Session: Opportunities Taken and Missed

Where did the General Assembly win and fall short?

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