Author: Lawton Sack

The Future of SK Innovation to be Decided Next Week

A decision is finally expected on February 10 in the International Trade Commission (ITC) case between electric vehicle battery producers LG Chem and SK Innovation. This decision will have a direct impact upon Georgia because of SKI’s investment in the state and the potential state and federal political ramifications for both Republicans and Democrats. President Joe

Rep. Greene Needs to Resign

We covered the remarks back in June of last year that CNN has recently re-discovered by going through Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene’s Facebook page. Speaker Nancy Pelosi has called out House GOP leaders for not doing more to rebuke Rep. Greene. Rep. Jimmy Gomez of California announced yesterday a resolution to expel her from Congress.

Remembering Hank Aaron

As the news has spread of the passing of Hank Aaron today at the age of 86, remembrances of his life are being shared by some Georgia leaders. Please feel free to share your memories in the comments. Gov. Brian Kemp and Family: “Our family is heartbroken to hear the news of Hank Aaron’s passing.

House Committee Assignments Released

The House Committee on Assignments, chaired by Speaker David Ralston (R-Blue Ridge), announced today the committee assignments for the 2021-2022 legislative term. Speaker David Ralston: “We have a dynamic group of leaders joining the ranks of our committee chairmen this year, and I appreciate their willingness to serve this House and the citizens of our

Text from Gov. Kemp’s State of the State

Today, Gov. Brian Kemp gave his annual State of the State address to the Georgia General Assembly. The following is the text of his speech that was graciously provided to us by Mallory Blount, Press Secretary for the Governor’s office: Lieutenant Governor Duncan, Speaker Ralston, Speaker Pro Tem Jones, members of the General Assembly, Chief

Several Changes in Senate Committee Chairs

Lt. Governor Geoff Duncan and the Senate Committee on Assignments announced today the new standing committee chairs for the first session of the 156th Georgia General Assembly. Lt. Governor Geoff Duncan: “These committee chairs are uniquely qualified to develop real and lasting solutions aimed at building a better Georgia. The Senate will continue to prioritize