Archive of: Economic Development, Green Room, Organizations, Political Notes, Up Front

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Fundamentally Mistaken

Fundamentally Mistaken

More than 26,000 Georgia high school students failed the science portion of the graduation tests given last spring. Some elected officials must share in the blame.

March 2005
The Great Experiment

The Great Experiment

The choice of a more active or less active government will be the central issue in 2006 when Perdue runs against a Democratic challenger.

February 2005
An Ardent Moderate

An Ardent Moderate

Johnny Isakson's triumph sends the message that Georgia is a fiscally conservative, business-oriented state, not interested in demagogues or hatemongers.

January 2005
Goodbye To All That

Goodbye To All That

A new crowd has taken over as Republicans, still celebrating their victories in the general election, hold a majority in the House and Senate.

January 2005
Let's Get Real

Let's Get Real

Georgia Republicans have achieved their goal of controlling state government. Now comes the hard part – governing and passing legislation.

December 2004
The Bill Comes Due

The Bill Comes Due

Next year state officials may have to find anywhere from $1 billion to $1.5 billion in new money for a budget they were barely able to balance this year.

November 2004
A Place At The Table

A Place At The Table

The Georgia Legal Services Program offers help to low income citizens

June 2004
Catch-22

Catch-22

The Salvation Army just received the most generous philanthropic gift ever made. So why is it still raising money?

May 2004

Spreading Roots

Keeping the city green and healthy.

April 2004

Demographics And Spirituality

Founders of a new Catholic college hope to fill a need

March 2004
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