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My Son: Georgia's Next Attorney General

Ok.

I know I’m his mama, but…

…he’s got what it takes to be an excellent attorney general — ethics, experience, and a deep love for his home state. 171 more words

Is the Georgia GOP embarking on a coordinated transportation policy or just a airport power grab?

Georgia state senator Burt Jones wants the state of Georgia to take over the operation of Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport. He has sponsored a resolution that forms a committee to study the feasibility of the State of Georgia taking control of the world’s busiest airport. 651 more words

Atlanta's ninety-four percent have no leadership

On the occasions that I ride MARTA, I am always saddened by what I see in the ridership. It is mostly black, overweight, loud, low to middle income in dress and carriage. 571 more words

Atlanta

Casey Cagle and entertainment politics

Casey Cagle is tired of attacks on conservatism and wants to make Delta Air Lines the whipping boy for a brand of conservatism that quite frankly does nothing for the masses of Georgians that expect their government to provide an environment that fosters economic growth and public safety. 623 more words

Will @ATLairport's power outage impact its run at .@Amazon?

Atlanta is in the running for Amazon’s second headquarters. According to Amazon’s request for proposals from cities across North America, the company expects to hire 50,000 people as a direct result of constructing headquarters equivalent to those in Seattle. 197 more words

Government

Why does Georgia support charter schools more than other states?

Why are charter schools more popular in some states than others?

That question gained relevance after the 2017 Education Next survey on K-12 education documented a steep slide in the public’s view of charter schools. 677 more words

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Opinion: Effective school leadership demands on-the-job training

Leslie Hazle Bussey is interim executive director of theĀ Georgia Leadership Institute for School Improvement. In this column, she talks about the myth of the superhero leader who shows up on day one able to leap tall buildings in a single bound. 988 more words

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