June 20, 2022 • Blog

Juneteenth: A Franchise of Freedom

We are not all descendants of American slavery, but to be an American is to have inherited its legacy, and its lessons.

June 16, 2022 • Blog

New Election Laws and Larger Turnout

In last month’s primary elections, turnout was more than 50% higher than in the previous midterm election of 2018.

June 13, 2022 • Commentary

The Misconceptions of Medicaid Expansion

On June 3 the North Carolina Senate overwhelmingly passed a bill that would significantly restructure healthcare delivery. What could it mean for Georgia?

June 8, 2022 • Blog

Supply Problems and Rising Home Prices

Rising home prices are a multi-faceted issue requiring multiple solutions. First, government officials should quit making homes pricier than than need be.

June 3, 2022 • Competitive Enterprise Institute

Restating the Case for Free Trade

Politicians keep pushing the same protectionist policies, as though maybe this time the results will be different.

June 2, 2022 • Blog

Kemp’s Results Won Out

Disagree as they might with one policy or another, people will have a hard time arguing with Governor Kemp’s economic record as a whole.

May 27, 2022 • Commentary

On Development and Departing

Kennedy Atkins reflects on three years in development at Georgia Policy.


May 25, 2022 • Blog

Dispatch from Palm Springs

What drove explorers to persist through a place like this? And the pioneers who followed them?


May 19, 2022 • Blog

Is it Time to Shake Up Primaries?

The beauty of our electoral system is that it has room for innovation within certain parameters. Here's one way to experiment.


May 12, 2022 • Blog

How to Reduce Student Borrowing

The best way to reduce student borrowing may be to stop telling students they won’t have to pay back their loans.

April 29, 2022

Atlanta Policy Briefing Luncheon

Join the Georgia Public Policy Foundation in Atlanta for a Policy Briefing Luncheon focused on Georgia Policy's new study.





April 29, 2022 • Friday Facts

Friday Facts: April 29, 2022

It’s Friday!  Quotes of note “Luck is what happens when preparation meets opportunity.” – Seneca “To use many words to communicate few thoughts is everywhere the unmistakable sign of mediocrity. […]


April 27, 2022 • Blog

Economic Rankings Provide Motivation to States

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 22, 2022 • Friday Facts

Friday Facts: April 22, 2022

It’s Friday!  Quotes of note“The greatest enemy of knowledge is not ignorance, it is the illusion of knowledge.” – Stephen Hawking “Age is an issue of mind over matter. If […]


April 21, 2022 • Blog

The Hidden Tax: Inflation

There are taxes, and then there are hidden taxes. And there’s no hidden tax quite like inflation.


April 15, 2022 • Friday Facts

Friday Facts: April 15, 2022

It’s Friday!  Quotes of note“You know, the very powerful and the very stupid have one thing in common. They don’t alter their views to fit the facts. They alter the […]


April 13, 2022 • Blog

Tax Bill: A Big Step Forward

The Tax Reduction and Reform Act may help spur Georgia’s next decade of prosperity.