Georgia underreports public education spending by billions of dollars
Laws against "price gouging" benefit some, harm many more.
It's been proven: Municipal broadband hurts businesses and ratepayers.
A troubling trend continues: well-connected special interests using state government to thwart competition.
"It's time for government to stop stifling the new economy." Eric Tanenblatt discusses how government and elected officials stifle and resist innovation "by protecting a legacy structure."
Changing demographics affect the labor force as much as, or more than, the recent recession.
MARTA rail expansion, education and money and welfare work requirements.
Session 2016: Limit government, advance economic opportunity.
Conventional wisdom says a budget surplus plus an election year equals a legislative session that adjourns quickly to maximize time for campaigning and fundraising, but not before spreading government funds as widely as possible to maximize voter "happiness.”
Hundreds of liberty-minded activists from around the world were gathered for the Atlas Network’s Liberty Forum.
Economic opportunity still lags the nation in Georgia.
Free speech is in danger; think tanks must create and protect conditions for open debate.
I developed negative opinions about affluent people, especially people who were successful in business.
The mistakes of municipal broadband.
A think tank from Benita Dodd's native country is in the running for the Atlas Network's prestigious Templeton Award.
Alejandro Chafuen explains how to identify and analyze think tanks.
Of the options of time, talent, and money, I should at least give some money.
Be sure to sign up to attend the Sixth Annual Georgia Legislative Policy Forum Oct. 15!