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Wildlife comes to town, ride sharing services offer help to transit agencies and troubling criminal justice data.
Al Gore: Is the climate change activist practicing what he preaches?
It’s Friday! Events February 22: Register by MONDAY to join the Georgia Public Policy Foundation and the Institute for Justice for, “Bottleneckers,” Wednesday’s Leadership Breakfast and Book Forum with Dick Carpenter, co-author of, “Bottleneckers: Gaming the Government for Power and Private Profit.” Cobb County’s Georgian Club, 8 a.m. $30. C-SPAN BookTV will be recording this event. Information and registration here. March 23-24: The Heartland Institute hosts the 12th International Conference on Climate Change at the Grand Hyatt Hotel in Washington, D.C. The theme of the two-day conference is “Resetting U.S. Climate Policy.” Quotes … Continue Reading →
A neighborhood says no Waze.
Atlanta Business Chronicle quotes Benita Dodd on toll lanes.
Join our 25th Anniversary Celebration with John Stossel!
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Transportation technology, economic opportunity and more.
You’re invited to our 25th Anniversary Celebration!
It’s Friday! Events August 22: The registration deadline is today! Sign up now to attend, “Across the Pond: A Policy Update,” the Foundation’s noon Policy Briefing Luncheon at Cobb County’s Georgian Club on Monday, August 22. The keynote speaker is British Consul General Jeremy Pilmore-Bedford. $35. Information here; register online here. Then and now: In 1991, when the Georgia Public Policy Foundation was founded, Georgia charter school enrollment was non-existent. Today (2015) there are 325,808 Georgia students enrolled in charter schools. The Foundation celebrates 25 years in Georgia in 2016. All year, we’re … Continue Reading →
Regulation, transportation, criminal justice reform and more.
Medicaid expansion, Atlanta Streetcar and regulatory hurdles.
Transit planning, toll lanes, school choice and more.
Great news on the environment, ObamaCare’s woes, stadiums and taxpayers.
Public transportation criminal justice reform and the health care disconnect.
Costly rail and municipal broadband, school choice successes,
Florida moves ahead, Georgia stands still on civil asset forfeiture.
The price of gasoline, a chance at Georgia tax reform, and why bus service declines