COLUMN: Proposed Rideshare Tax Will Hurt Business, Public Safety

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.”

COLUMN: Medical Cannabis Oil

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."

COLUMN: Nuisance Bill in Legislature Will Harm Property Owners, Agriculture Community

OPINION: "A measure that has already passed the Georgia House of Representatives would be tremendously detrimental to private property owners and those in the agriculture community if it clears the state senate as well. "

LIGON: Georgia Senate Advances Voting Machines Bill

Senator William Ligon talks voting machines - the $150 million investment.

Rep. Jeff Jones: 8th Legislative Update of 2019

Hear from one of our state representatives as he details what's going on under the Gold Dome.

COLUMN: In God We Trust.

OPINION: "There were no believers in any other faith present in either of these groups. We have been a Christian nation since the day of our beginning."

COLUMN: Will Lobbyists Steer Georgia into $350 Million Boondoggle?

Why would Georgia legislators force taxpayers to buy the most expensive, least secure type of voting system? Why would a governor take out a20 year bond to pay for a system that has a 10 year life span?

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...