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A weird but banner year for Georgia revenues

Maybe we just chalk it up to the federal tax cut altering people's behavior, or maybe the state just had a great holiday season ... » Read More

Tying up loose ends from the 2018 session

There won't be any more columns on legislation from the 2018 Session unless an issue develops. This column will tie up the loose ends ... » Read More

Legislation going into effect July 1

After the Legislature completes its work, the Governor has 40 days to sign or veto legislation or just allow a bill to become law without ... » Read More

2018 a pivotal year for transportation in Georgia

Transportation events don't seem to happen every year, but when they do, their impact is huge. After a lot of conversation about transportation needs ... » Read More

Revenues ending fiscal year with just a whimper

May's revenues report completes 11 months of the fiscal year and while the level of refunds going out of the treasury can affect the ... » Read More

Land stewardship bill tops natural resources laws

There has always been an effort by private land conservation groups and the state to purchase land that all agree should be protected. Some examples ... » Read More

Children's issues, funding take center stage

The Legislature sometimes is criticized for issues either not addressed or coming up with the wrong answers for those problems. I would beg to differ ... » Read More

Georgia April state revenues edge upward

This week we take a look at State Revenues for April, a month usually marked by large amounts of refunds as taxpayers file returns. » Read More

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