Low-income, uninsured Georgians often have no primary care physician and are unable to afford to visit one.
Transit planning, toll lanes, school choice and more.
Right to Try, the teen birthrate and the federal regulatory burden.
Common sense and the Constitution prevail in lawsuit challenging Georgia’s tuition tax credit scholarships.
It’s Friday! Then and Now Did you know? In 1991, the year the Georgia Public Policy Foundation was established, there were 7.5 million cellphone users across the nation. One year later, the number surpassed 10 million and the first commercial text message was sent. This year, smartphone users in the United States are expected to surpass 207.2 million; by 2015, text messages were at 169.3 billion a year in the United States! It’s why we’ll be launching our new Web site soon! Events February 17: Register now for, “Georgia Criminal … Continue Reading →
When it comes to charitable giving, Americans are No. 1!
Free the Beer; A Streetcar still struggling; upcoming events
Atlanta Streetcar, craft brewery regulations and unwarranted accusations.
The Affordable Care Act: Many can’t afford premiums.
What the Foundation told the EPA Thursday about the Clean Power Plan, and more.
Health care, transportation and social engineering woes.
A special edition highlighting our speakers at the Sixth Georgia Legislative Policy Forum on October 15. The deadline is today to register!
Another misguided local government tries its hand at municipal broadband.
Health care: Enrollments increase, but so do premiums.
What’s the environmental impact of wind energy?
What’s Georgia doing about broadband in schools?
What’s happening in health care?
What’s the value of $100 in Georgia?
Arthur Brooks of the American Enterprise Institute Keynotes the October 15 Legislative Policy Forum!
What’s up, what’s down in transportation.