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Open letter to the Republican Governors candidates

The following is an open letter the Republican candidates in Georgias governors race. The letter was written by Paulding County resident Jason Kitchen and is...

Hunter Hill: “I consistently fought for stronger school choice reforms”

The following opinion piece is an op-ed by Republican candidate for Governor Hunter Hill. It was published without editing and reflects only the views...

School Safety: From a Military Perspective

The Chattooga County Board of Education held a called meeting Friday morning at 10 a.m. to discuss School Safety. Superintendent of Schools, Jimmy Lenderman addressed the board, school administrators, concerned citizens and...

Op-Ed : Plucking the Weeds of Destruction

Op-Ed by Candidate for GA Governor, Brian Kemp.

Column: Adoption bill will help Georgia’s foster children

Column: Adoption bill cuts down on red tap for Georgia's foster care system

Column: Tax Credit Program Giving Georgia’s Rural Hospitals New Life

COLUMN - Tax credits for rural Georgia hospitals have a chance to change the game in cutting regulations for hospitals while increasing better care for Georgians.

LIGON: My Colleagues Will Produce Impactful and Sound Legislation.

OPINION: I am certain that working with my colleagues on both sides of the aisle will produce impactful and sound legislation.

Op-Ed: Carr Continues Efforts to Strengthen State’s Response to the Opioid Epidemic

Attorney General Chris Carr, chair of the Statewide Opioid Task Force, authored the following opinion editorial on Georgia's response to the opioid crisis. The piece was published in...

Op-Ed: Commerce Department, NOAA Provide Essential Services When Disaster Strikes

Charleston knows all too well the hazards that hurricanes can pose to life, property and commerce. But the place that three-quarters of a million...

COLUMN: Three Reasons Why Medicaid Expansion Is Bad for Georgia

OPINION: "The solution for Georgia will be found in real reform of the medical insurance programs, along with a state-based consumer driven health insurance offerings. If done correctly, the redesign will solve the problem of pre-existing conditions, make insurance more affordable, achieve universal coverage, and not undermine the quality of care to which Americans have grown accustomed."