State says Clarkston blowing smoke over pot plans
The city of Clarkston "can’t decriminalize marijuana. Only state legislators and Congress can do that."
After nine years, traffic deaths rising
By the end of 2015, more than 1,300 people will have died on Georgia roads. One of out evey four fatalities resulted from drunken driving.
Bill exists but that's about it
While Americans pray for Paris, the government has acted on mandatory national vaccinations.
Potential for more but destined to be a bit player
"Our state has no major rivers to produce big hydropower."
Right up there with deals from Nigerian princes
"How is a misogynist bigot of epic proportions (like U.S. Rep. Steven Smith) allowed to serve?"
No suds to go
Brewpubs can't sell growlers of their beer to customers.
Careful wording and broad interpretation drive up number
"The oil and natural gas industry provides or supports 141,600 jobs in Georgia."
What would Kanye drive?
Pope Francis uses a modest compact car to get around, while Creflo Dollar drives an expensive sports car.
One served but came out after election
No openly gay man has ever been elected to the Georgia Legislature.
Immunizations don't exist for trivial illnesses
There are a "multitude" of vaccines that do not prevent deadly and crippling diseases.
District already needs spots for 500-plus students
Annexation would lead to overcrowding at Decatur’s city schools.
Growing share of every gallon is taxes
"Contrary to media reports, Georgia’s gas tax change led to no price increase at the pump."
GA is 9th highest rate of working adults without high school diploma or GED
Georgia has the 9th highest rate of adults, ages 18 to 64, without a high school diploma or GED.
Referrals are a key step in screening
"Zero Planned Parenthood facilities are licensed to do mammograms. Planned Parenthood, women don’t need you!"
No doubt of growth but little evidence of specifics
Film and television productions generated a $6 billion economic impact for Georgia’s economy in the most recent fiscal year.
Post-Volvo rejection, thousands of jobs promised for Georgia
Since Volvo spurned Georgia for South Carolina in early May, some 3,455 jobs promising more than $800 million in investments have come to the Peach State.
The work is needed but not necessarily the office
The National Technical Information Service spends millions of taxpayer dollars to print and sell government documents that are available free in online searches.
Rate fluctuates but is up
The murder rate in Atlanta is on the rise this year.
Twitter debate ignores scientific research
The California governor "says yes to poisoning more children with mercury and aluminum" in vaccines.
Details are the stumbling blocks
A "working woman" will earn $7.70 on $10.