Tag: Federal Debt Limit Ceiling

Chances are extremely high that you know someone who receives Social Security or Medicaid or unemployment compensation or another federal benefit payment.  If so, they may be scared. More than 1.6 million Georgians receive Social Security or Supplemental Security Income monthly benefits.  Some receive both.  Nobody knows what they will receive starting next week when direct deposits and paper checks are due on August 3 and 10.  That’s just one way that you can look at the real world impact of adults behaving angrily in Washington political circles. The federal debt limit ceiling fiasco that has Washington in volcanic gridlock has become some weird super energy cell that drives politically testy conversations and it holds a lightning bolt over real… View Article

“I am here today to thank the Georgia Public Policy Foundation for your role in building a fiscally conservative, pro-growth state. Not only did you help pave the way for a new generation of leadership, you continue to provide key policy advice and to hold us accountable to the principles we ran on. In short, you have had a transforming influence on this state. We are healthier, stronger, and better managed because of your efforts.

State Senator Eric Johnson, President pro tempore, Georgia State Senate more quotes