State Politics

Indictment of Another Murderous Criminal Enterprise in GA Prison Is Just a Photo Op for State Officials

In praising a recent indictment involving a criminal enterprise, state officials are seemingly ambivalent to the root cause of the.

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State AGs want more time to comment on bank ESG regulations

(The Center Square) -Eighteen attorneys general are asking the Securities and Exchange Commission for more time to ponder climate change.

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Georgia’s Kemp receives B grade for fiscal and tax policies

(The Center Square) — The Cato Institute gave Georgia Gov. Brian Kemp a B on its 2022 Fiscal Policy Report Card of.

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Analysis ranks Georgia highly for its combined federal and state corporate tax rates

(The Center Square) — Georgia ranks among the best states for its combined federal and state corporate income tax rates,.

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Despite court victory, voting suppression lawsuit cost Georgia taxpayers $6M to fight

(The Center Square) — Georgia taxpayers are likely on the hook for the nearly $6 million cost to defend against.

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Georgia leaders worry that state’s economic growth could be hampered by lack of affordable housing

(The Center Square) — Georgia officials touted a new ranking showing Georgia is the best state for business. But business.

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Georgia judge strikes down part of Rivian electric truck plant deal

(The Center Square) — A Morgan County judge has struck down a key component of a deal to entice an.

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State AGs question legality of coding gun, ammo purchases with letter to credit card companies

(The Center Square) – A group of 21 state attorneys general have written a letter to the CEOs of three credit card.

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Georgia taxpayers could foot a $400K bill for new election equipment in Coffee County

(The Center Square) — Georgia taxpayers could be on the hook for $400,000 worth of new election equipment for Coffee.

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Bipartisan committee investigating issues with Georgia’s literacy programs

(The Center Square) — A bipartisan Georgia House committee will study state programs providing literacy instruction to Georgians and determine.

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