November 4, 2021 • Blog

Tiny Houses, Big Hurdles

Most communities in Georgia are dealing with a common problem: housing affordability.


September 10, 2021 • Commentary

Universal Recognition, A License to Work

The phrase “reduce, reuse, recycle” is a favorite of those with environmental concerns about the amount of trash generated by people and businesses.


April 8, 2021 • Savannah Morning News

Analyzing Senate Bill 202

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

To Understand Georgia’s Future, Look in Washington

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

COVID-19: What a Difference a Year Made

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

Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas

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 […]

October 1, 2020 • Press Release

Foundation Releases ‘Guide to The Issues 2020’

Atlanta – The Georgia Public Policy Foundation released its Guide to The Issues 2020 today, providing policy recommendations on 13 critical areas that state policymakers are expected to – and […]

October 1, 2020 • Guide to the Issues

Guide to the Issues 2020

The Georgia Public Policy Foundation’s goal for this Guide to the Issues is to provide a compilation of commonsense policies.

September 18, 2020 • Commentary

The Labyrinth of Housing Affordability

With just one number, U.S. Sen. Mike Enzi of Wyoming encapsulated the enormous challenge facing housing assistance: 160.


May 29, 2020 • Commentary

COVID-19 Waivers Can Begin the End of Regulatory Excess

Because of the COVID-19 pandemic, many states, including Georgia, implemented shelter-at-home policies. Many stores, restaurants, businesses and government offices were shuttered. And many federal, state and local regulations were waived […]


April 20, 2020 • Press Release

Foundation President Kyle Wingfield Welcomes Kemp Plan to Reopen Georgia Businesses

NEWS RELEASE | For Immediate Release April 20, 2020 Contact: Benita Dodd   (404-256-4050) Foundation President Welcomes Kemp Plan to Reopen Georgia Businesses Atlanta – Georgia Gov. Brian Kemp’s announcement today that some […]


March 24, 2020

Near-Term Proposals as Georgia Tackles COVID-19

We have compiled a list of policy ideas that could be implemented immediately by Georgia Gov. Brian Kemp and his administration to alleviate hardships now.


November 22, 2019 • Commentary

Georgians Have Many Reasons to Give Thanks

The Georgia Public Policy Foundation hosted the 2019 Georgia Legislative Policy Forum on November 15, an event it has held since 2010. In a year of landmark policy successes, the […]

November 15, 2019 • Commentary

Zoning Regulations Hinder Housing Affordability

America’s housing market is neither free nor fair. As living costs spiral upwards and housing demand outpaces supply for the eighth year in a row, minorities and low-income Americans have fewer […]


November 1, 2019 • Commentary

Shining a Light on the Administrative State

In October, the White House announced a new Governors’ Initiative on Regulatory Innovation. Led by Vice President Mike Pence, the aim of the initiative is to work with state, local and […]