Dollar's College Park church claims 30,000 members
Creflo Dollar needed a $65 million Gulfstream G650 to carry thousands of pounds of food and other supplies -- as well as the Word of God -- worldwide.
State rep right about lack of regulation
Uber and other ride-share firms are not required to carry auto insurance under Georgia law.
State senate now weighing transportation plan
The proposed transportation tax plan revokes a tax-credit for consumers’ electric cars while the state retains similar credits for similar vehicles for businesses.
Evidence clear that measles bigger threat than vaccine
The measles vaccine has killed 108 people in the last decade, while no one has died of measles.
State Department forecast: 50 permanent jobs
President Barack Obama's veto of the Keystone XL pipeline killed "42,000 jobs."
Isakson right on numbers, needed context
"When you have 8,000 veterans a year committing suicide, then you have a serious problem."
Sadly, debate does include some glowing talk
"Georgia lawmaker pushes bill banning creation of ‘glow in the dark’ human-jellyfish hybrids."
Number of jobs and workers can differ
In the past year, DeKalb has "attracted and retained more than 2,300 jobs."
Ingredient also not part of childhood vaccines
Mercury is used in vaccines, and there is no safe level of mercury.
Caveat: Jobs mostly replace those lost in downturn
"Since I took office, over 319,000 new private sector jobs have been created in Georgia with nearly 93,000 of those coming in the past 12 months."
Don't let anyone tell you size doesn't matter
"Georgia is now the eighth most populous state in the nation, moving from the number 10 position in just four years."
Estimate needs some tending
Agriculture contributes $71 billion to Georgia’s economy annually, making it the state’s largest industry.
State also in top 10 for overall homicide rate
Georgia ranks No. 9 in the rate of women murdered by men.
Georgia ranks a distant third for region
Georgia has some of the highest gas taxes in the Southeast but one of the lowest taxes on gasoline for transportation in the nation.
Abolishing department doesn't abolish all programs
Says David Perdue wants to abolish the U.S. Department of Education, which would cost Georgia schools $1 billion a year and eliminate millions in student loans.
Some efforts may preserve American work
Says David Perdue built his business career outsourcing American jobs.
Census data tells the tale
Four million women have fallen into poverty in the last six years.
Only asked questions can be addressed in depositions
The United States was not one of 16 countries where David Perdue said in his Pillowtex deposition that he created jobs.
List in leaked memo not ranked
Michelle Nunn ranks agriculture issues as the 18th most important items facing Georgia.
Immigration reform included border protection first
Says Michelle Nunn is "for amnesty."
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