Archive of: Georgia View

Title Issue
Georgia View: Taking The Smarter Path

Georgia View: Taking The Smarter Path

Sometimes a nonprofit or non-governmental organization can stretch a dollar further than a city or county or even state government can.

August 2012
Georgia View: A New-City Epidemic

Georgia View: A New-City Epidemic

Demographic and political shifts across Fulton, DeKalb and Gwinnett counties continue to fuel a surge of new cities.

July 2012
Georgia View: Sunshine And Gift Caps

Georgia View: Sunshine And Gift Caps

The process of building credibility, a relationship and even the ability to receive consideration occurs over time and is unlikely to be created by a pair of tickets to see the Hawks play.

June 2012
Georgia View: Showing Your ID

Georgia View: Showing Your ID

Not surprisingly, no voter ID challenges have been filed in states with a Democratic governor or majority in their legislative branch.

May 2012
Georgia View: Amending The Constitution

Georgia View: Amending The Constitution

When it’s time to vote on an amendment, the ballot questions often bear little resemblance to the proposed change.

April 2012
Georgia View: Locking Up The Bad Guys

Georgia View: Locking Up The Bad Guys

How many of Georgia’s prisoners are a danger to the public, versus people we are mad at?

March 2012
Georgia View: One Man, One Vote?

Georgia View: One Man, One Vote?

Externally, the discussion of extended power within the state GOP is the key message, but internally there remains some discontent.

February 2012
Georgia View: New Math Goes To College

Georgia View: New Math Goes To College

Chancellor Hank Huckaby has the right mix of savvy, moxie and awareness of how things work to guide the university system through some challenging times ahead.

January 2012
Georgia View: None Like It Hot

Georgia View: None Like It Hot

The state will soon be bidding the rights for construction of private HOT lanes, without subtracting existing lanes available to commuters for free.

December 2011

Georgia View: The Sunday Booze Blues

Larger turnout elections with more independent and fewer socially conservative voters seem to be a safer bet for winning on the Sunday alcohol sales issue.

November 2011
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