Open letter to the Republican Governors candidates

The following is an open letter the Republican candidates in Georgias governors race. The letter was written by Paulding County resident Jason Kitchen and is...

Hunter Hill: “I consistently fought for stronger school choice reforms”

The following opinion piece is an op-ed by Republican candidate for Governor Hunter Hill. It was published without editing and reflects only the views...

School Safety: From a Military Perspective

The Chattooga County Board of Education held a called meeting Friday morning at 10 a.m. to discuss School Safety. Superintendent of Schools, Jimmy Lenderman addressed the board, school administrators, concerned citizens and...

Op-Ed : Plucking the Weeds of Destruction

Op-Ed by Candidate for GA Governor, Brian Kemp.

Column: Adoption bill will help Georgia’s foster children

Column: Adoption bill cuts down on red tap for Georgia's foster care system

Werkheiser: Supporting ‘Surprise Medical Billing’ Reforms, License Plate Scanner Restrictions

The following piece was submitted by State Representative Bill Werkheiser, who represents Tattnall, Evans and parts of Wayne counties. Any opinion expressed represents that...

Rep. Bill Werkheiser on Crossover Day

On Friday, March 13, we reached day 30 of the 2015 legislative session. This day, which is known as "Crossover Day" is the final...

COLUMN: The Villain is Always Self-Declared

OPINION PIECE by Jessica Szilagyi ---- "There is someone, in every single story, who makes the decision that they’re going to make the process difficult. Someone makes a concerted effort to inflate the cost of records, to extend the fulfillment period, and to move the target whenever possible."

LIGON: 155th Georgia General Assembly Begins

"Perhaps the most important event of the week was Governor Kemp's first "State of the State" address. He highlighted some of his legislative priorities including: $69 million of grant funding to increase security measures in our public schools, $3000 salary increases for teachers (a $480 million increase in the state budget), a gang taskforce, broadband expansion in rural Georgia, increased access to healthcare, and improvements to our voting systems."

COLUMN: 2019 Legislative Session – the Highs & Lows of Final Passage

OPINION: Jessica Szilagyi talks about her annual analysis of the best of the best and the worst of the worst from the Georgia legislative session.