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Ga Congressman: Broadband is the dividing line for 24 Million Rural...

“Broadband access has become a dividing line between those twenty-four million rural Americans and the broadband-depended information services urban and suburban Americans take for granted.”

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Bulloch Restaurant & Health Inspections – July 6-13, 2019

The following restaurant and health inspection reports are for the period beginning July 6, 2019 and ending July 13, 2019. All reports are public...

Muscogee Restaurant & Health Inspections – July 6-13, 2019

The latest health inspection report from Muscogee County:

MAP MONDAY: The Most Distressed Zip Codes in America

It's tough to be an American in a rural zip code. That's among the findings in the latest report issued by the Economic Innovation Group. An...

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Federal Agencies Consider Altering H-2A Program for Temporary Ag Labor

Ag Secretary Sonny Perdue says the proposed rule "will increase access to a reliable legal agricultural workforce, easing unnecessary burdens on farmers, increase enforcement against fraud and abuse, all while maintaining protections for America’s workers."

Secretary Perdue Visits Sysco for Signing of the Pledge to America’s Workers

Secretary of Agriculture Sonny Perdue today visited Sysco Corporation in San Diego, California to tour the facilities and join the company’s signing of the Pledge...

Edifecs to establish East Coast presence in Georgia

The company specializes in creating healthcare information technology (Health IT) products that provide data exchange and data management solutions for a majority of the nation’s leading health plans

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Federal Agencies Consider Altering H-2A Program for Temporary Ag Labor

Ag Secretary Sonny Perdue says the proposed rule "will increase access to a reliable legal agricultural workforce, easing unnecessary burdens on farmers, increase enforcement against fraud and abuse, all while maintaining protections for America’s workers."