Foundation President Kelly McCutchen is quoted in The Atlanta Journal-Constitution on Georgia’s hospital “bed tax.”
“Tough times needn’t defer fixes for the future here”
The Effingham Herald published, “Only leadership will restore America,” a commentary by Foundation President Kelly McCutchen on the aftermath of the presidential elections, on November 8, 2012. “Leadership is not just about ideas and policy,” McCutchen wrote. “It’s about taking the initiative to bring people together for a common goal. This is important: America appears more politically polarized than ever.”
The Atlanta Journal-Constitution published an op-ed by Foundation Vice President Benita M. Dodd on Tuesday, October 30, that proposed MARTA’s deficit be reduced through managed competition, including privatization and outsourcing at the transit agency.
Kelly McCutchen’s op-ed and an editorial focused on transportation policy in the Atlanta Journal-Constitution of Sunday, October 7.
The Foundation’s Benita Dodd writes in an op-ed in The Atlanta Journal-Constitution of September 17, 2012, that raising the speed limit can be a safe move in the right direction.
The Columbia County News-Times of Sunday, September 16, published a letter to the editor from Foundation Vice President Benita Dodd in response to the publisher’s column on charter schools:
The Columbia County News-Times of Sunday, September 16, published a letter to the editor from Foundation Vice President Benita Dodd in response to the publisher’s column on charter schools.
Georgia Magazine, the monthly publication of the Georgia EMCs, published a feature article in its September 2012 issue on the remarkable work of Ross Mason, Georgia Public Policy Foundation Senior Fellow. The magazine is the largest publication in the state. Access the article here: http://www.nxtbook.com/nxtbooks/gemc/georgia_201209/#/26.