Southern ‘poverty,’ high-cost higher-ed, nebulous ‘character’ definitions
Save your seat, save some money with Early Bird registration!
Wildlife comes to town, ride sharing services offer help to transit agencies and troubling criminal justice data.
Extra testing time, transit ridership data and fading confidence in the federal government.
Nuclear energy, the cost of ER visits and same race role models in education.
Hurricanes and helium and healthcare, oh my!
We have a date for the 2019 Georgia Legislative Policy Forum!
BMI, LEDs and EVs.
Higher ed student loans, campus consolidation
Unintended consequences of the war on opioids
How are education reform efforts working out?
Taxes, transportation, opportunity
Tax facts and myths.
Second Chance Month events and opportunities
Nuclear support, ride-share’s role, health-care waivers.
Events, Education, Transportation
It’s Friday! Quotes of note “The liberties of a people never were, nor ever will be, secure, when the transactions of their rulers may be concealed from them.” – Patrick Henry “Equal laws protecting equal rights; the best guarantee of loyalty and love of country.” – James Madison “The Trump administration just delivered a massive budget to Congress. A look at the numbers and the talking points drafted to defend it confirms that budgets favor politics over policy. This also confirms that it really doesn’t really matter who is in … Continue Reading →
What do Millennials want?
Opportunities in school choice
It’s Friday! Events March 21: “Shining a Light on Government,” an 8 a.m. Leadership Breakfast with Richard Belcher of WSB-TV in celebration of Sunshine Week. Thursday, March 21, at the Georgian Club in Cobb County. $30. Information and registration here. May 23: Mark your calendar for a Policy Briefing Luncheon with David French of National Review on Thursday, May 23, at the Georgian Club in Cobb County. Details to follow. Quotes of note “The national debt is the government’s formal commitment to repay its creditors. But Uncle Sam has many … Continue Reading →