COLUMN: The Unnoticed Insurance Crisis in My Rural County

What do you do when the private health insurance companies no longer serve your county?

Senator Hill: New Year, New Session, New Leadership

As we enter the 2019 Session of the General Assembly, there is a certain air of anticipation due to the changes brought about by...

Sen. Jack Hill: “What’s left? Public Safety, Economic Development, Finance and Ethics”

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...

COLUMN: My “Goal” in Publishing the Chaos in Brooklet

The following article is an editorialized opinion piece that reflects the views of only the author and not necessarily those of AllOnGeorgia. Over the last...

COLUMN: Statesboro is Wrong to Revisit Further Regulating Businesses, Requiring Insurance Coverage

The following column is an opinion piece and reflects the views of only the author and not necessarily those of AllOnGeorgia The Statesboro City Council...

Senator Jack Hill on Tax Cut without Delta Bump and More

The Senate passed HB 918 raising the standard deduction and lowering the personal and corporate income taxes. The Bill did not contain the jet...

Hey, Bulloch Commissioners: #AllRoadsMatter

The Bulloch County Board of Commissioners convened early Tuesday afternoon for yet another  meeting before county residents. Chaired by Commissioner Roy Thompson, the agenda...

COLUMN: No, Statesboro. You don’t need to regulate businesses to save lives

At Tuesday's meeting, the Statesboro City Council came within striking distance of finally reaching an agreement for new alcohol ordinances. The city has been...

State Sen. Jack Hill: Wrapping Up the Legislative Session

LEGISLATURE COMPLETES 40 DAY SESSION The House and Senate approved a $21.82 Billion Budget for FY 2016 with only one dissenting vote between the two...