Last month, President Joe Biden announced plans to forgive up to $20,000 in student loan debt, with the forgiveness targeted primarily at working and middle class households. In the weeks following the announcement, Georgia Governor Brian Kemp has joined 21 other Republican governors from around the country in opposing the President’s decision.
Cobb County commissioners are considering a proposal to invoke Georgia’s Home Rule statute and replace a contentious district map already approved by the Georgia General Assembly and Gov. Brian Kemp (R).
By the end of July, more than 1,700 colleges announced that they would not require SAT and ACT results as part of enrollment for the fall of 2023, a significant increase from the approximately 1,600 that were testing voluntarily during the same time the previous year.
In response to the havoc caused by the massive Golden Ray carrier that sank off the Georgia coast three years ago, commercial fishermen are suing the cargo ship owner and manager and the company responsible for the lengthy salvage operation.
With two months left of the 2022 campaign season, a majority of Republican candidates are continuing to skirt away from not only talking to local and national media outlets about their policy issues, but their own constituents, leaving voters with little information on their policy positions.
At a Republican Jewish Committee event near Atlanta on August 21st, Walker was quoted saying, “[Democrats] continue to try to fool you that they are helping you out, but they’re not. Because a lot of money, it’s going to trees. Don’t we have enough trees around here?”