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.
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 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.
March 24, 2022 • Blog
Along with legislating, another important event took place this month under the Gold Dome: qualifying for various elections on this fall’s ballot.
March 11, 2022 • Commentary
Georgia Public Policy Foundation Branches Out Into Investigative Journalism, Here is How You Can Help
Traditional methods of journalism are not as traditional as they once were. Georgia Policy is here to change the paradigm.
March 10, 2022 • Blog
He lied to obtain a COVID-19 disaster relief loan — and then used nearly $60,000 of that money to buy a Pokémon trading card.
January 7, 2022 • Blog
The 2022 legislative session will begin on Monday, January 10, under a cloud of uncertainty: Will Kirby Smart and the Georgia Bulldogs finally defeat the Alabam
December 17, 2021 • Commentary
After months of negotiation, the bill is predicted to cost $2.2 trillion.
October 29, 2021 • Commentary
Georgia’s largest public pension plans have seen a year of exceptional growth, a stark contrast to last year.
October 28, 2021 • Blog
A pithy answer was attributed to Willie Sutton for why he robbed banks: “Because that’s where the money is.”
August 6, 2021 • Commentary
With technology and innovation at the heart of American Greatness, it should come as little surprise that in a recent report of the 50 most innovative companies
April 9, 2021 • Commentary
The 2021 Georgia legislative session began with a sense of uncertainty as the aftermath of November’s election and the COVID-19 pandemic carried over well into
March 19, 2021 • Commentary
“If the broad light of day could be let in upon men’s actions, it would purify them as the sun disinfects,” wrote Supreme Court Justice Louis Brandeis.
January 20, 2021 • Blog
What to do with your money is the topic this week at the Gold Dome. There is even more reason than usual to pay attention. State officials expect to have […]
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