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?







April 1, 2022 • Commentary

The Myth of Underfunding

Opponents of Promise Scholarships and similar programs perpetuate the myth that they are a tool to defund public school education.

February 4, 2022 • Commentary

The Price of Compliance

What does the cost of regulatory compliance mean to a home buyer today?



November 19, 2021 • Foundation News

Giving Thanks this Thanksgiving

For many Georgians, 2021 has been a trying follow-up to a traumatizing 2020. But there's still much to be thankful for.

November 11, 2021 • Commentary

Window of Opportunity for Tax Reform in Georgia

Lowering and flattening Georgia’s personal income tax rate could create tens of thousands of jobs within five years, according to a new analysis conducted for t


April 9, 2021 • Commentary

2020’s Baggage Weighs Down 2021 Legislative Session

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 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


November 20, 2020 • Commentary

Perfect Storm: COVID World Meets Hybrid Homeschools

Talk about timely. Eric Wearne’s book, “Defining Hybrid Homeschools in America: Little Platoons,”was released in November, as school systems waffled



June 19, 2020 • Commentary

GEFA: A Growing Obstacle to Private Efficiency

The Georgia General Assembly reconvened June 15 to resume the 2020 session halted in March by the novel coronavirus pandemic. The decline in tax revenues as a r

June 12, 2020 • Commentary

Reforming Policing While Preserving Law Enforcement

Systematic reform within the criminal justice system has become prevalent in the public discourse in the wake of recent events, including the tragic deaths of t