Video Forum: Eight Important Issues That Impact Georgians

Videos: Atlanta Journal-Constitution conservative columnist Kyle Wingfield and Georgia Center for Opportunity public policy vice president Eric Cochling discuss eight very important policy issues for Georgians.

What We’re Watching at the Capitol

Updates on criminal justice reform and foster care at the State Capitol

Foster Care Children Should Be Everyone’s Personal Priority

This week Governor Nathan Deal said the state will hire 525 child welfare caseworkers over the next three years. And, a Georgia Senate foster care initiative working group began to consider ideas that might change how foster care in Georgia operates. This article is an excerpt from testimony by Tarren Bragdon, a former Maine state legislator whose Foundation for Government Accountability has created a model to evaluate state foster care programs nationwide. Bragdon testified at the State Capitol on Tuesday, November 12.