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Tweet Written by: CCGA Board Member, Terry Taylor My happy weekend mood took a nosedive when I looked at the front page of the Atlanta Journal Constitution on Saturday, May 11. Here are the titles for three out of the … Continue reading
Tweet The true cost of “job-creating” tax incentives The Atlanta Journal Constitution recently reported on two related stories. The one that appeared on February 19 focused on $75 million in tax incentives designed to attract Caterpillar into building a plant … Continue reading
Tweet Changes at the State Ethics Commission Aren’t Enough to Save It The situation at the State Ethics Commission has been spiraling downward for years. It seems like everything came to a head this summer, when staff and commissioners left … Continue reading
Tweet There’s a new political organization making waves in Georgia. Americans Elect is a group dedicated to “putting the first directly-nominated nonpartisan ticket on the 2012 ballot in all 50 states”. According to a recent AJC article they are concentrating … Continue reading