Sunday, September 24, 2017

COLUMN: Congressman Allen, Get it together.

You say you're building bridges and working with folks in Washington, but your colleagues storming out on you says otherwise.

Letter: The real Drew Ferguson

Dear editor, I am writing newspapers in the 3rd District to offer facts for the upcoming July 26 runoff for the 3rd Congressional seat. We live...

COLUMN: No, Employers shouldn’t get tax breaks for paying student loan...

Essentially, The Employer Participation in Student Loan Assistance Act proposes making a maximum of $5,250 a year in employer payments for student loan debts tax-free for the worker, and eligible for tax breaks for the employer.

GA Rep. Stover: When Saying “NO” is an Absolute Right of...

Due to recent events and continuous speeches from Governor Deal and Speaker Ralston, I believe I need to set the record straight about those...

COLUMN: There’s no room for good people in politics

"Voters aren’t just uninformed, they’re weak. They’re weak because they know they want better, but they won’t work for it."

State School Super Richard Woods on Amendment 1 Failure

"Though Amendment 1 spurred a contentious campaign, the points raised by both sides renewed our commitment to focus on chronically struggling schools and we, as Georgians, cannot allow this focus to wane in the aftermath of the election." -- Richard Woods, Georgia State School Superintendent

ILLEGAL IMMIGRATION – The left joins the Republican Establishment against conservatives:...

There is a battle raging in Georgia over an Obama nominee for federal judge in the state's northern district. But many conservative Georgians are...

GA Rep. Buckner: Private landowners, vegetation getting short end of the...

"As a land owner and a legislator this change concerns me greatly because naturally vegetated buffers on streams protect the adjacent land from damage by floods and washouts. Equally important buffers protect the quality of the water in our streams."

COLUMN: Urban Farms – Unlikely Oases in Food Deserts

“Food desert” is the modern urban description of a supposed area of hunger amid plenty. But one would expect emaciation in a food desert,...

COLUMN: Will trucker sleep and weight regulation rollback lead to more...

Jessica Szilagyi's latest column considers the rollback on trucking regulations by Congress. "I don't know how much regulation it will actually take to effect a problem that seems resistant to regulation."