Financial Technology Continues to Grow in Georgia

Georgia’s financial technology industry employs over 30,000 Georgians and is growing.

Checking Up On Health: June 24, 2014

When is it acceptable to be kept waiting at your doctor’s office?

A truly absurd tax code illustrates the need for rational reform

Our tax code is extraordinarily difficult to navigate and it sometimes seems that it’s more concerned with advancing social and industrial policy goals than raising the money needed to fund government.

7 Reasons U.S. Infrastructure Projects Cost Way More Than They Should

Federal transportation priorities aren’t solely about transportation.

Increase sought in Ga. Tax Credit Scholarships

Georgia legislators consider raising the contribution cap to Georgia’s tuition tax credit scholarship program.

Georgia Dodges a Renewable Energy Bullet

Remember when Germany peddled solar energy in Georgia in 2011?

Nuclear Power Can Balance Energy Demand

Despite America’s abundance of natural gas from shale production, some parts of the country have already had warnings that over-dependence on gas for electricity generation exposes consumers to soaring prices for electricity, writes Mark Perry in the Investor’s Business Daily of January 16, 2014. The problem is the declining use of coal and nuclear power, the two sources of electricity that provide the greatest price stability and serve as a hedge against wide fluctuations in gas prices, according to Perry, a professor of economics at the Flint campus of the … Continue Reading →

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