While some critics have accused Georgia Power of being late to the game when it comes to pushing for renewable energy options, the utility has made a major push to increase its presence in the solar power market – and it is well ahead of schedule.read more
By Hastings Wyman –
In his 2016 presidential campaign, Donald Trump promised to shake up Washington and do things his way, not the old way. Not only has his governing style been new, but he’s moved forward on some hot-button issues to keep his campaign promises.
U.S. Senator Johnny Isakson of Georgia is focused on improving school safety, and this week, he joined 12 other Senators in introducing legislation that would expand the way federal dollars can be used in the schools.
A top Republican on the House Intelligence Committee distanced himself Tuesday from one of the panel’s most explosive findings in its Russia investigation — that the FBI, CIA and NSA overplayed their hand when they declared Russia preferred a Donald Trump victory in the 2016 election.
By Hastings Wyman –
The Lone Star State held the first primaries of the 2018 political season last week. “Don’t make too much of these primaries,” says University of Houston political scientist Richard Murray. “Not that many people vote.” Nevertheless, for the record, the Republican turnout was 1.5 million, Democratic turnout 1 million. And in those numbers, there were some harbingers of things to come.
As Georgia Governor Nathan Deal announced that the Army Corps of Engineers has completed outer harbor dredging at the Port of Savannah — marking the midpoint of the Savannah Harbor Expansion Project (SHEP) — an economic impact study conducted by the University of Georgia’s Terry College of Business looked at the statewide economic impact of Georgia’s deepwater ports.
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