OPINION: Ken Herron talks about the low unemployment rate and his belief of why trade and tariffs are partl of the reason.
OPINION: Contributor Jessica Szilagyi discusses the cycle of elected officials morphing into the autocrats they once sought to oust from office.
OPINION: Marc Hyden opines on how, as a result of the last legislation session, law enforcement officials in Georgia don't have a reliable method of testing THC levels—meaning prosecutors cannot prove whether individuals are in possession of marijuana or hemp.
Jessica Szilagyi says that Screven County has a transparency problem. In her opinion piece, she says the county is failing to provide the public with valuable public records.
Governor Brian Kemp opines the return to school for Georgia students. "While many of the classrooms may look familiar and the cafeteria food tastes the same, there are plenty of changes underway to improve teacher retention rates, address lingering mental health challenges, enhance educational outcomes, and keep our students safe from violence and fear."
OPINION: Jessica Szilagyi talks about the recent rebuttal by local officials who claim they did not mismanage funds intended to help victims of crime.
OPINION: Ken Herro says "to think that things that we have done in our two percent of the earth has effected the entire world is just a little bit ridiculous."
OPINION: R Street Institute's Marc Hyden makes the case for reforming Georgia's bail system. What do you think?
The following article is an opinion piece and reflects the views of only the author and not those of AllOnGeorgia. By: Ken Herron The government of...
OPINION: Jessica Szilagyi says elected officials shouldn't be able to so easily abandon a job they asked to have. She also says elected officials should have to help foot the bill when they cause special elections.