Looking back at Georgia’s 2019 General Assembly session: Teacher, rural internet, medical marijuana users and crime victims are winners; small hospitals, hate crime bill and Certificate of Need reform were losers.
Former Democrat Vice President Joe Biden began the race as the odds-on favorite to win the 2020 presidental election. But his tone deaf response to the unwanted contact issue hurts his chances greatly.
The money and grassroots activities granted to Democrats by teachers’ unions and associations demand unwavering support of the status quo, as well as voting against things such as Education Scholarship Accounts, or ESAs.
You can help the victims of the recent storms by giving money, physically helping rebuild and letting our lawmakers know they should stop treating storms like photo ops while ignoring them in the budget.
As Georgia pours more and more money into education, it’s adults who are benefiting as most students are still locked into educational opportunities based on the zip code in which their parents can afford to live.
Due to a little-known law called Certificate of Need, most Georgia cancer patients don’t have the chance I had to seek treatment at Cancer Treatment Centers of America, a highly specialized cancer facility.
In Georgia, people are paying a higher tax on cable service if they are using the traditional method instead of internet-based streaming services. The state needs to upgrade this tax policy to match changing times.
There’s no training in life to prepare you for when a sibling disappears in a city with millions of people. But that’s what happened to our family, as my sister joined the 84,000 Americans who are missing.
Georgia for more than a decade has recognized in word and practice that one size does not fit all with education opportunities. Georgia’s education bureaucracy is fully funded. Teacher pay is increasing.
The case is about whether the Muscogee classroom video of a behavior specialist restraining a student who later lost a leg a public record open to disclosure, or an academic record the school district must withhold to protect the student’s privacy.