In Ep. 174, Dave & Jessica discuss the pause on the Augusta Judicial Circuit split, privatizing toll lanes in Georgia, the hill on which Hice, Greene, and Clyde chose to die, the new curfew in the City of Adel, and the Georgia mother of 5 charged with a crime for allowing her 14-year-old to babysit.
- Judge puts Augusta Circuit judicial split on hold for now
- Not exactly what we had in mind about privatizing the roads
- New tollways, which GDOT has named Express Lanes, are to be very well maintained because the private partner will be responsible for maintenance
- GA Reps Vote No On Bill To Honor Capitol Police With Gold Medals
- Hice statement on the resolution
- Curfew in South Georgia. For some (May 17 meeting minutes)
- Georgia mother of 5 charged with reckless conduct
In Ep. 174, Dave & Jessica discuss th pause on the Augusta Judicial Circuit split, privatizing toll lanes in Georgia, the hill on which Hice, Greene, and Clyde chose to die, the new curfew in the City of Adel, and the Georgia mother of 5 charged with a crime for allowing her 14-year-old to babysit.
Jessica Szilagyi is a Content Creator for The Georgia Virtue. She focuses primarily on state and local politics as well as issues in law enforcement. Her educational background is in Political Science with a focus in local government and she has a Master of Public Administration from the University of Georgia. Jessica is a “Like It Or Not” contributor for Fox5 in Atlanta and has two blogs of her own: The Perspicacious Conservative and “Hair Blowers to Lawn Mowers.”
David Roberts is a native of South Florida who moved to Georgia in his teens. He joined The Army at 18 as a Psychological Operations specialist and served six years in that role. Since leaving active duty, he served in both Reserve and Guard components. After The Army, Dave went to work for Wachovia and SouthTrust banks serving as a business banker and Assistant Vice President. After a few mergers, he went to work with his brother, Rob, who taught him the HVAC trade. Several years of learning under his older brother and Dave was ready to go out on his own. In 2016, he started DR COOL Heating and Air in Dallas, GA. Being a prominent business owner in Paulding County has afforded him the privilege of serving his community and allowed him to become involved in politics. Calling himself a “Republitarian,” Dave was invited to host The Let Me Tell You Why You’re Wrong Podcast in 2018.
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