Steamed, stuffed or grilled?
You can buy lobster with food stamps.
Georgia has saved $20 million through changes in criminal sentencing.
Go home already?
"For every week that (state lawmakers are) able to cut off our timeline, it saves (Georgia taxpayers) approximately $100,000."
Spotlight on education cuts
"Since 2009, Georgia's public schools have lost nearly 9,000 classroom teachers while the number of students has gone up."
The big peach
The annual gross domestic product of metro Atlanta is "bigger than 28 states in the union."
6 counties are lawyerless
"Six of Georgia’s counties have no lawyers at all."
Morris bill at center of debate
Florida shelled out more money for drug testing than it saved by denying welfare benefits to people who tested positive for drugs.
Claim close to the mark
"Georgia has the fifth-highest number of uninsured people of any state in the union."
Wallets have gotten thinner
The average Georgia family makes $6,000 less than the average family did 10 years ago when inflation is factored in.
On the upswing
"(M)ore Georgians have jobs than at any other time since October 2008."
Crime down, stats show
Atlanta Police Foundation
"Crime in Atlanta is down 18 percent since 2009."
Falling out of popularity
"The commission form of government is definitely losing favor in the United States."
A fox-like move
Says there’s no language in the U.S. Constitution that prevents someone from running for Congress simultaneously in multiple states.
$756,905 and counting?
"I have returned money every year since taking office."
A penny looks smart
Finance experts estimate that paying in cash for the $2.5 billion in projects funded by the sales tax saved Gwinnett County more than $1 billion in interest payments.
Most voters prefer zombies to the current U.S. Congress.
One small meal for mankind
The very first meal on the surface of the moon was the Holy Communion.
Claim deserves to remain in your inbox
"The government does not need a warrant to read your old emails."
Right on the money
Americans spend more than $160 billion and 6 billion hours per year complying with the tax code.
Upon further review
"State law says that once the state appraises a piece of property, they can only pay it a certain amount above appraisal."
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