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Friday Facts: October 31, 2014

Where does Georgia rank on tax rates?

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Friday Facts: October 24, 2014

Over the next 18 years, roughly 8,000 people a day will join the ranks of the over-65 population, changing the definition of “old” and transforming transportation.

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Friday Facts: October 17, 2014

Savings vs. costs under the Affordable Care Act.

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Friday Facts: October 3, 2014

One more reason Georgia needs tax reform

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Friday Facts: September 26, 2014

Self-driving cars could soon be in Fayette County.

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Friday Facts: September 19, 2014

Who’s about to get health care coverage cancelled?

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Friday Facts: September 12, 2014

The state’s education spending has changed with the economy, not because of politics.

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Friday Facts: September 5, 2014

Can you trust the unemployment numbers?

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Georgia Legislative Policy Forum 2014: A Platform for ­­Reform

“Every year, the Forum is a unique opportunity to bring innovative ideas directly to Georgia leaders.”

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Friday Facts: August 29, 2014

Up (welfare recipients), Up (education spending) and Away (Burger King).

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