Monthly Archives: April 2017

Governor Deal Signing Pen: Fast and Furious Part 7

It’s that time of the year for Governor Deal. Now in his seventh year in his office, this time of the year is perhaps the most high-profile for the governor. The legislature has done its work and whatever decisions remain … Continue reading

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Attorney General Talks Priorities at Young Republican Meeting

The next year and a half may be a boon to those planning political events – no candidates for dogcatcher on the agenda. There will likely be candidates for major offices coming out of the woodwork to put their faces … Continue reading

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Fate of Georgia Dome Announced by Blank, Reed

Days after the Falcons announced another delay on Mercedes-Benz Stadium, now scheduled to be open August 26th for the Falcons’ third preseason game, Falcons owner Arthur Blank and Atlanta Mayor Kasim Reed unveiled the plans for the site of the … Continue reading

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Atlanta Hones in on Energy Efficiency Amid Uncertainty from Georgia Power

As the Atlanta metro area was dealing with an interstate collapse, an interstate upheaval and a special election heretofore unheard of, energy watchers were eyeing the news from Toshiba that it was filing bankruptcy for its subsidiary, Westinghouse Electric Company. … Continue reading

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And Then There Were Two

Two candidates enter, one candidate leaves. After a rowdy primary featuring 18 candidates, Jon Ossoff and Karen Handel will now enter the runoff thunderdome. As of this writing, Ossoff was hovering around 48%, Handel at 20% and the Bob Gray, … Continue reading

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