Should Georgia follow the emerging national pattern of learning loss caused by the pandemic, the results from these exams will paint an ugly picture.
While changing some Prohibition-era laws bolstered the Georgia craft brewing industry, the state still risks falling behind its more reform-minded neighbors.
In a late night flurry of votes, the Senate passed a bill that will gradually drop the state income tax rate from 5.75% to 4.99% by 2029.
As technology, policy and politics change the transportation landscape in Georgia, the state will have to reconsider how it funds transportation infrastructure.Read More
Housing prices are rocketing skyward, and one factor contributing to the rise is the cost of regulation to build a new single-family home.
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