OPINION PIECE: Attorney Matthew Cavedon talks about Georgia's heartbeat bill. "Because I both support the new law and oppose criminal penalties for women who have abortions, Mr. Fleischman’s take gave me concern. But when I looked at the text of HB 481, and Georgia law more generally, my fears dissolved. HB 481 does not put women who have abortions in prosecutors’ crosshairs."
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OPINION: Jessica Szilagyi talks about how local governments in Georgia are so quick to limit the free speech of citizens, business owners, and the media.
OPINION: Chris Chancey discusses how the broken immigration system is preventing legal immigrants from filling openings for high-skilled employees, forcing them to go back to their home countries when their petitions for work are denied.
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.
OPINION: Through an ESA program, parents can sign up to have their child’s state K-12 education funding deposited into an account that they can use to pay for a variety of state approved schools, courses, programs and services including online courses, tutoring, virtual schooling, private schooling, and special education services.
OPINION: Jessica Szilagyi opines on the idea that “police accountability” means different things to different people, which means it is difficult to define and even more difficult to enact.
"This week, the Senate took up a total of 25 bills, one of which is the single most important bill we voted on this session. The Constitution of the United States lays out our rights and tells us that the right to life and property are protected. "
OPINION: "HB 276 that would assess an excessive tax on Georgians who use rideshare apps like Uber and Lyft. The amendment text hasn’t been published on the Georgia General Assembly webpage yet, but the release states that the proposal would levy “an 8.9% sales tax on rides in Atlanta and an average 7% sales tax on rides throughout the rest of Georgia.”
OPINION: " Most law officials oppose the growing of marijuana because they consider it an entry drug. Just about all of the heavy drug users started with marijuana. It is necessary to note that all marijuana users do not go on to be addicted to heavier drugs."