Georgia Public Policy Foundation seeks to effect change in the public policy arena by offering an independent voice unbeholden to political parties, special interests and “politics as usual.” A civil discourse must overcome polarizing divisiveness and partisanship, while observing commonsense doctrines of transparency from government, freedom of speech and an expectation of individual privacy.
Government is working on big solutions, but individual actions can make a difference.
Today, instead of uniting behind common goals, many Americans wallow in their differences.
It’s a cultural phenomenon that many Americans have helplessly watched unfold: the dissolution of respectful political dialogue and the rise of the culture of contempt.
Bob Hanner embraced a standard of statesmanship for Georgia.
To honor the life and career of John McCain, we share excerpts from his remarks at the Georgia Public Policy Foundation’s 15th anniversary celebration in 2006.
The State Policy Network interviewed Kyle Wingfield, who became the president and CEO of The Georgia Public Policy Foundation in April 2018.
Think-tanks aim to fill the gap between academia and policymaking. Are think tanks of benefit to you? Can they assist you in deciding what you think?
Foundation looks back on policies since MLK's death.
Sunshine Week highlights government transparency and access to public information.