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Short And Sweet

Short And Sweet

The latest session of the General Assembly is upon us. If you blink, you might miss it. In an election year, lawmakers are likely to keep it short.

January 2006

The GreenRoom: December 2005

It's been a good fall for Georgia's greenspace. The Georgia Department of Natural Resources completed the $7.3 million purchase of 2,421 acres of land in Southwest Georgia's Red Hills region in September, along the banks of the Ochlockonee River and Barnetts Creek in Thomas County

December 2005
The Countdown Begins

The Countdown Begins

With no presidential or U.S. Senate race to distract voters in 2006, the media will focus on the top-of-the-ticket races for governor and lieutenant governor. The fight will be vicious.

December 2005

Georgia Coaches Association

Look at any number of business executives who have achieved significant success in their careers, and you're likely to find people who have relied on more than just their own instincts and training. Often, they're turning to the services of a professional coach to help them reach their goals and aspirations.

December 2005
Political RoundUp: December 2005

Political RoundUp: December 2005

Moving on, Retiring, Not feeling well, Let them be schooled

December 2005
The Next Big Wave

The Next Big Wave

Georgia's burgeoning Latino bloc, which should be a natural fit for the Republican party, is up for grabs. The GOP is not exactly making them feel welcome.

November 2005
Political RoundUp: November 2005

Political RoundUp: November 2005

Growing numbers, Curiouser and curiouser, Save the calf, Welcome aboard

November 2005

GALEO

Georgia Association of Latino Elected Officials

November 2005

The GreenRoom: November 2005

"Because of the way we've protected our coast, Georgia would be able to bear the brunt of a hurricane like Katrina better than lot of surrounding states," says Patty McIntosh, director of coastal resources for the Georgia Conservancy.

November 2005
You Get What You Pay For

You Get What You Pay For

Instead of throwing $250 million worth of tax breaks at a car company in hopes that it will locate here, state funds might be more wisely spent on public schools.

September 2005
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