Author: Jessica Szilagyi

Nuisance Bill in Legislature Will Harm Property Owners, Agriculture Community

A measure that has already passed the Georgia House of Representatives would be tremendously detrimental to private property owners and those in the agriculture community if it clears the state senate as well. The bill has pitted agricultural and conservation groups against each other as the state legislature has worked to further protect a number

Morning Reads — Thursday, March 14, 2019

We’re so close to Friday, but not there yet, so for today…here are your reads: Peaches Over 1,000 Arrests Nationwide After Authorities Test Backlogged Rape Kits Thanks to State Rep. Scott Holcomb for his role in working down this problem Georgia cost-cutting panel to pay staffer six-figure salary Buttons with profanity at Georgia Capitol spark lawsuit “Black

Morning Reads – Thursday, March 7, 2019

Today is Crossover Day in the Georgia legislature. Political shenanigans, sausage-making, and other cliches will all be happening in abundance under the Gold Dome. But in other news… Peaches “Georgia Is One Vote Away From Stealing Elections for the Next 20 Years” UNG making strides with first-generation college students Police chief fired shortly after councilman

Morning Reads – Thursday, February 14, 2019

Happy Valentine’s Day! Peaches Alleged victims say Speaker Ralston repeatedly delays cases Fight over Cheez-Its leads to Georgia house arson: report Kemp unveils plan seeking health care waivers Georgia congressman scolded for Confederate book displayed in office Holcomb proposes storing rape kits for at least 50 years 7 Georgia hospitals make America Best list Jimmy