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COLUMN: Three Reasons Why Medicaid Expansion Is Bad for Georgia

OPINION: "The solution for Georgia will be found in real reform of the medical insurance programs, along with a state-based consumer driven health insurance offerings. If done correctly, the redesign will solve the problem of pre-existing conditions, make insurance more affordable, achieve universal coverage, and not undermine the quality of care to which Americans have grown accustomed."

COLUMN: The 10 Worst Bills to Pass the GA House by Crossover Day

The following article is an opinion piece and reflects the views of only the author and not necessarily those of AllOnGeorgia. Thursday was Day 28...

OPINION: Soviet-Style Certificate of Need Laws are Lowest Fruit on Healthcare Reform Tree

The following article is an opinion piece and reflects the views of only the author and not necessarily those of AllOnGeorgia. Alfredo Ortiz is President...

COLUMN: “Abortion is a Societal Issue”

OPINION: "As a Latino, I must be a Democrat, right? Sadly, that’s how many people view Latinos today and it is a myopic view of our diverse and multifaceted political opinions, many of which we share with Conservatives.   There are many issues that would prevent me from aligning with the Leftist agenda but, none more pressing than their radical stance on abortion."

COLUMN: When You’re Threatened into Backing Down, Stand Up

OPINION: Jessica Szilagyi talks about being on the receiving end of threats of sabotage if she keeps writing about elected officials.

LIGON: Update from the Capitol: Week 7

"As Crossover Day approaches, the Senate got to work perfecting some of the biggest pieces of legislation of the year in committee and passing bills to address Medicaid Waivers, school safety and more on the Senate floor. Overall, we heard and passed 28 Senate and House bills on the floor this week, and next week is sure to be even busier."

COLUMN: Georgia Shouldn’t Automatically Throw Minors in Adult Prison

OPINION: Marc Hyden talks about HB 440. If passed, Georgia officials would no longer place 17-year-olds in the adult justice system wholesale. Rather, they would only treat youths as adults in cases involving particularly heinous circumstances. In most scenarios, then, 17-year-olds would enter the juvenile system, where they would still pay for their crimes but also receive the care that they need to grow into law-abiding adults.

COLUMN: Our Country’s Leading Socialist

OPINION: Ken Herron discusses Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez's views on private prisons, healthcare, the economy, housing, and more.

COLUMN: David Ralston is the Right Man to be Speaker of the Georgia House

OPINION: Jessica Szilagyi opines the issue of Speaker David Ralston and his alleged abuse of a state law that allows him to continue legal cases for legislative duties. In her column, she discusses why the Georgia House has earned the leadership of Ralston.

OPINION: The Government’s Role Isn’t to Take Away People’s Jobs

"When borrowers’ occupational licenses are suspended, they are prohibited from working in their professions. Without a job, it can be nearly impossible to satisfy one’s loan obligations. Thus, rather than helping borrowers repay their loans, the policy makes it more difficult for them to do so."