October 26, 2023 • Blog

11 spooky policy ideas to avoid

Here are 11 spooky policy ideas we should all run from like a man in a mask is chasing us.





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.



March 23, 2023 • Blog

Lemonade stand freedom coming to Georgia

The Georgia legislature has passed “The Georgia Lemonade Stand Act,” legislation that would remove regulations on businesses run by minors.




January 13, 2023 • Commentary

Barriers to work still high in Georgia

Georgia places a higher burden on those seeking low and middle-income occupations than many other states.



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.





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 […]