June 1, 2023 • Commentary
HSAs for state employees would have benefited employees and taxpayers
Gov. Brian Kemp recently vetoed legislation that would have made health savings accounts available to state employees.
May 31, 2023 • Commentary
Washington remains a long way from fiscal sanity
It’s clear that Washington will remain a long way from being fiscally responsible no matter how the debt ceiling standoff is resolved.
May 26, 2023 • Commentary
Greet them ever with grateful hearts
The Henri-Chapelle American Cemetery and Memorial contains 7,992 American war dead.
May 25, 2023 • Blog
North Carolina’s absurd state of emergency
According to the governor of North Carolina, entrusting parents with choices in their children’s education is as dangerous as a hurricane or tornado.
May 24, 2023 • Commentary
Education is going to change
We need to stop thinking in terms of “schools” and instead think in terms of an education.
May 23, 2023 • Blog
Are three Georgia cities still guilty of taxation by citation?
A 2019 report documented how three Georgia cities relied heavily on fines and fees for revenue.
May 18, 2023 • Commentary
Is Georgia serious about licensing reform?
A new commission will review Georgia’s occupational licensing practices and implement a framework to accommodate the state’s changing economy.
May 17, 2023 • Commentary
The separation of powers is working
Gov. Brian Kemp vetoed nine items in the fiscal 2024 budget and ordered agencies to “disregard” another 134 legislative instructions about state spending.
May 16, 2023 • Blog
CON laws do not help underserved populations
Of all the stated policy goals, the aim of aiding underserved populations is especially perplexing. And has not happened.
May 11, 2023 • Commentary
U.S. history tests show the falling floor for student achievement
The disappointing results raised concerns across the board about the amount and quality of civics and history instruction students are getting
May 10, 2023 • Blog
Shoddy jobs and bathroom bribes robbed Georgia taxpayers of millions
The latest stories about waste, fraud or abuse of taxpayer money or taxpayer-funded resources throughout Georgia.
May 10, 2023 • Commentary
Low tax states continue to attract new residents
New residents to Georgia brought a net $1.28 billion increase in adjusted gross income last year.
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