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Telemedicine Tipping Point

The coronavirus has upended our world and caused a sudden pivot in many traditional practices, including the practice of medicine. In response to the surge in appointment cancellations due to patients’ fears of contracting the virus, physicians and other healthcare…

Police Officer, Soldier, Advocate

John King became Georgia’s insurance and safety fire commissioner just over a year ago, named by Gov. Brian Kemp. He took over a department that was reeling from the indictment and subsequent departure of its head, Jim Beck, an insurance…

Going the Extra Mile

The word unprecedented has been thrown around a lot lately. But the truth is, nobody has seen challenges like cities around the country are facing these days. Businesses are shuttering or learning new ways to work. Restaurants, bars, art galleries,…

Cultivating New Crops

When people think about Georgia agriculture, peaches, peanuts and pecans come to mind. While the state is a leading producer of these staples, new crops and technologies have emerged in the past 10 years that could help Georgia farmers diversify…

Fundamentally Strong

By most measures, 2020 was shaping up to be a banner year for international trade in Georgia. The state was coming off another record-breaking year in trade and exports, celebrating an all-time high of $41.2 billion in exports and $143.3…

There and Back Again

Once upon a time the American Panorama Co. in Milwaukee hired a group of German artists to create an enormous work of art to depict and celebrate the Union victory in the Battle of Atlanta, an important win in the…