Last week, we told you about Senate Bill 1881, which would have prohibited federal funds from flowing to Planned Parenthood. Monday evening, Senate Democrats decided to filibuster a motion to open debate on the bill, and that motion ended up Continue reading →
They’re Back! Like a horror film sequel, Georgia property owners this year are seeing a return of spiraling property tax reassessments leading to staggering back door tax increases by local governments. It is time to put an end to this Continue reading →
This, according to the AJC, reporting that Republicans have raised $636,000 and spent $613,000 between February and June. The party had a a net balance of $105,000 — but also $91,000 in outstanding debts, all incurred since January.
On July 1st, many new Georgia laws went into effect. Chief among them was the implementation of Georgia’s “Transportation Funding Act of 2015”. Additional tax dollars are now being collected to get the 4th fastest Continue reading →