Author: Jessica Szilagyi

Morning Reads – Thursday, July 12, 2018

Peaches “Georgia is no longer the best state to do business” Spending level hits record in Georgia gubernatorial race A 200 year dispute will see…more dispute National coverage of the Cagle recordings  Lt. Governor’s race is just plaint nasty Solitary confinement use criticized in recent report for Georgia Working with Georgia’s Chief School Turnaround Officer 

Morning Reads – Thursday, July 5, 2018

On this date in 1965, the U.S. Secret Service Division was created to combat currency counterfeiting, forging and the altering of currency and securities.. Peaches Georgia is on pace to double police shootings in 2018 A Georgia budget primer  Court ruling for Kentucky trickles to Georgia  30 arrested, 900 cited so far at Rainbow Family

Democrats Already Attacking Cagle Over Secret Recording on Politics Over Policy

Though the Republican nominee for Governor of Georgia has yet to be decided, the Georgia Democrat Party is already attacking Lieutenant Governor Casey Cagle over a secret recording released last week. The recording reveals Cagle admitting he used legislation to undermine primary opponent Hunter Hill, who came in third place. Cagle can be heard saying

Sponsor of GA Hands-Free Legislation Says Music Streaming IS Allowed, No Grace Period

After a series of viral social media posts indicating that Georgia’s new hands-free law would ban the use of music streaming services, like Pandora and Spotify, angered drivers around the state, the bill’s sponsor says the apps are allowed under certain conditions. State Representative John Carson, who spearheaded the legislation, also said there will be

Sen. Renee Unterman blasts lawmaker’s choice for Gov. because he opposed her bill 3 years ago

Legislative records – they’re what political careers are made of. And if you’re Senator Renee Unterman (R – Gwinnett), you use legislative records to hold grudges, block bills of limited government, and dole out ‘payback.’ Unterman took to Twitter Wednesday to criticize State Representative David Clark for leading the ‘Veterans for Kemp’ coalition for Brian

Morning Reads – Thursday, June 7, 2018

On this date in 1965, in the U.S. the Gemini 4 mission was completed. The mission featured the first spacewalk by an American. Peaches Kemp moves to review voting machines Georgia making national headlines for a good reason… …and of course for the bad reasons Georgia Tourism announces “100 Places Locals Love” List Thanks, lawmakers, for attacking