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Political RoundUp: December 2006

When President George W. Bush finally signed a bill authorizing the construction of a fortified fence along 700 miles of the U.S.-Mexican border, several Georgia congressmen were cheering him on.

December 2006
Commercial Real Estate Women Of Atlanta

Commercial Real Estate Women Of Atlanta

When Commercial Real Estate Women of Atlanta (CREW) hosts the national organization's convention this month, president Tonya Creekmore says women might actually outnumber men in commercial real estate in the city - for a few days, at least.

December 2006

The GreenRoom: December 2006

The wolf may be at Georgia's back door. The state Department of Natural Resources Environmental Protection Division has announced an application by LS Power Associates to build and operate a coal-fired power plant in Early County.

December 2006

Voices for Georgia's Children

Since 2003, Voices for Georgia's Children has worked to bring public awareness to issues facing Georgia's children, focusing on their safety, health, education, connectivity and employability.

November 2006

Political Roundup: November 2006

November 2006

We Do Things Our Own Way

Does Governor Perdue's smashing re-election victory set the stage for a triumphant second term, or is it a high point from which he, like other second-termers, slides slowly into lame duck status?

November 2006

The GreenRoom: November 2006

Don't lose sleep over Wayne Mason's pulling out of the Beltline. He wanted residents before transit, which would have made surrounding areas miserable with traffic, and he opposed creation of a multimodal transit facility that would pick up commuters using the proposed Lovejoy light rail line in Atlanta.

November 2006

The GreenRoom: October 2006

The GreenRoom: Environmental Update

November 2006

The Company You Keep

Do we want to put ourselves in the company of progressive Southern states like Virginia and North Carolina or are we satisfied to keep company with states like South Carolina, Alabama and Mississippi?

November 2006
Family Connection Partnership

Family Connection Partnership

When the national children's advocacy organization KIDS COUNT announced its rankings of the 50 states in the early 1990s, Georgia ranked near the bottom in a range of indicators of child and family well-being, from teen pregnancy and high school graduation rates to the number of children living in poverty.

October 2006
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