May 19, 2022 • Blog
The beauty of our electoral system is that it has room for innovation within certain parameters. Here’s one way to experiment.
May 13, 2022 • Commentary
Whether you only drink traditional lagers or want a mango chili IPA, the rules about what brewers can sell have remained largely untouched for nearly 90 years.
May 12, 2022 • Blog
The best way to reduce student borrowing may be to stop telling students they won’t have to pay back their loans.
May 5, 2022 • Blog
Our statewide policy tour took us to Savannah last month, and you can join us in Atlanta and Fayetteville soon!
May 4, 2022 • Blog
The Biden administration’s starvation diet for public charter schools would deny parents what they want. It should be rejected.
April 29, 2022 • RealClear Policy
Fresh flowers usually bring nothing but joy. Georgia regulators can give flower sellers nothing but grief.
April 27, 2022 • Blog
Florida leads Georgia in the rankings for 2022. So does (gulp) Tennessee. Relax, fellow Bulldogs. I’m not talking about college football, nor do I mean the Gators or the Volunteers. […]
April 22, 2022 • Commentary
Why would a health system in Tennessee have any legal standing to stop the building of a hospital in Georgia? The answer is Georgia’s Certificate of Need.
April 21, 2022 • Blog
There are taxes, and then there are hidden taxes. And there’s no hidden tax quite like inflation.
April 19, 2022 • Blog
It’s no secret that the cost of housing across Georgia has climbed to extreme heights. Why aren’t new homes being built?
April 15, 2022 • Commentary
Georgia’s recent tax reform means you’ll save more money. But, how much?
April 13, 2022 • Blog
The Tax Reduction and Reform Act may help spur Georgia’s next decade of prosperity.
April 8, 2022 • Commentary
The 2022 legislative session marks the end of an era in many ways.
April 7, 2022 • Blog
You can find politicians who stay in office too long, but you won’t find many of them in the Georgia General Assembly.
April 5, 2022 • Press Release
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.
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