Senator Jeff Mullis and his pals want to make Georgia a 2-party consent state, which would meddle in the private conversations of individuals and limit a tool the media has used to shed light on poor behavior of elected officials for decades.
"Despite our day off on Tuesday in anticipation of inclement weather, we had a productive week of committee meetings here at the Capitol. I introduced two bills this week: Senate Bill 37 and Senate Bill 38. These bills provide clarity for certain legal processes by addressing procedure and unnecessary red tape."
OPINION: "President Trump has agreed to a three week period to open the government and pay the workers that were on furlough. The story is not over. If the Democrats do not bargain in good faith the President must declare a National Emergency and build the partition with other funds if he expects to be reelected in 2020."
Senator Jack Hill on the state's joint budget hearings and Kemp's proposal.
OPINION: "As a nation, as a Church, as individuals, are we conducting ourselves in the right relationship with God? How about the unborn? Do we regard the sanctity of life? God does!"
"It is a great time to be a Georgian, but we will not rest on our laurels or grow complacent. We have an opportunity to reach new heights where all Georgians – regardless of zip code – can realize their full potential."
What do you do when the private health insurance companies no longer serve your county?
"We need to have independent citizens serving in our state government. They should not be elected to serve a corporation or a social organization. The only voters in our elections are the citizens of the state. The election should be totally the results of the actions of the citizens. Corporations do not vote. Organizations do not vote."
The following is an opinion-based press released from Garland Favorito of the group Voter GA. It reflects the views of only the author and...
The following article is an opinion piece and reflects the views of the author and not necessarily those of AllOnGeorgia. I recently released a 20-part...