Road diets, tanning taxes and charter school churls.
There is bipartisan agreement on limiting occupational licenses to areas of legitimate public safety concern.
What’s the value of $100 in Georgia?
Find out the good, the bad and the ugly states on civil asset forfeiture.
“License to Work,” May 15 Leadership Breakfast, is keynoted by Secretary of State Brian Kemp
Who’s on top in the global economic rankings? Not us!
Over the next 18 years, roughly 8,000 people a day will join the ranks of the over-65 population, changing the definition of “old” and transforming transportation.
Free-trade agreements have benefited Georgia job creators.
By installing a fence, the city of Atlanta is thumbing its nose at numerous court rulings.
How the American Dream is Fueling Economic Growth By Bill Peacock Back in the depths of the Great Recession, Texas became the target of liberal commentators across the nation, just as the Lone Star State was in the midst of creating more new jobs than the rest of the nation combined. The New York Times’ Paul Krugman led the chorus claiming, “the Texas miracle is a myth, and … offers no useful lessons on how to restore national full employment.” Of course, it wasn’t the new jobs they minded: it … Continue Reading →
The first long-term study of the impact of school vouchers reveals their impact