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

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Welcome to New Georgia!

Welcome to New Georgia!

A newcomer's guide to the state in the Perdue Era.

March 2003
Zell

Zell "Ducks" Out

The senator says he'll be the same, honors for Donald Hollowell and George Busbee.

March 2003
Political Past Still Present

Political Past Still Present

The race card is still with us, just addressed by other names like "changing the flag" or "the Atlanta crowd."

February 2003
Pushing Trade With Cuba

Pushing Trade With Cuba

Irvin's pushing for more, Barnes goes to Legal Aid.

February 2003
Looking For The

Looking For The "Undo" Button

Mercer medics scramble, "real flag" groups at odds.

January 2003
Lesson of Jimmy Carter

Lesson of Jimmy Carter

His ultimate success should stand as inspiration to elective officials who endure defeat.

January 2003
Mandate to Deactivate

Mandate to Deactivate

No other governor-elect in modern history has been saddled with so many promises to undo so much.

December 2002
Senate Switches Over

Senate Switches Over

Perdue orchestrates a takeover, and feds' plan to "pool" power has Georgians worried.

December 2002
Looking For An Overhaul

Looking For An Overhaul

A new state school superintendent and a new book on Horace Ward's attempt to integrate the UGA law school in the 1950s.

November 2002
A King's Wish List

A King's Wish List

If I were king of Georgia with absolute power, governors would be allowed to serve only one four-year term, as in the pre-George Busbee era. With only one time at bat, the governor could carry out his agenda without having to cater to special interests and fret about re-election.

November 2002
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