January 13, 2023 • Commentary
Georgia places a higher burden on those seeking low and middle-income occupations than many other states.
October 20, 2022 • Commentary
The Georgia Public Policy Foundation is excited to announce the release of the latest edition of Guide to the Issues!
October 5, 2022 • Blog
The population of Bryan County is expected to surge with a new electric vehicle plant, but local fees and ordinances could restrict an adequate housing supply.
June 3, 2022 • Competitive Enterprise Institute
Politicians keep pushing the same protectionist policies, as though maybe this time the results will be different.
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.
April 29, 2022 • RealClear Policy
Fresh flowers usually bring nothing but joy. Georgia regulators can give flower sellers nothing but grief.
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.
November 4, 2021 • Blog
Most communities in Georgia are dealing with a common problem: housing affordability.
November 4, 2021 • Blog
Short-term rentals are exploding in popularity, and increasingly on the radar of regulators.
September 10, 2021 • Commentary
The phrase “reduce, reuse, recycle” is a favorite of those with environmental concerns about the amount of trash generated by people and businesses.
August 19, 2021 • Commentary
With the resurgence in COVID-19 cases because of the contagious “delta” variant, some states may be mulling reintroducing restrictions.
April 8, 2021 • Savannah Morning News
The 2021 legislative session is over, and the most-discussed legislation concerned election reform. While dozens of these bills were introduced, only Senate Bill 202 cleared both chambers. Gov. Brian Kemp […]
March 17, 2021 • Blog
The work continues under the Gold Dome, but look farther north to understand Georgia’s future. In Washington, the most evenly divided Congress in two decades wants to turn states into […]
March 12, 2021 • Commentary
One year ago this week, Georgians began to feel the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic. The Georgia Public Policy Foundation shut down to begin working remotely
December 23, 2020 • Blog
This looks to be a different kind of Christmas. Many will carry on as before, but some will choose a socially distanced Yule. Some will be forced to keep away […]
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