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Monday, February 19, 2018

Natural resources legislative update

There are multiple outdoor related bills making their way through the Georgia General Assembly this year. Some are fairly mundane, others seem needless and...

COLUMN: Red, white and bruised, US struggles to win medals

..."And with it went any chance the U.S. had of redeeming itself in what is shaping up as a frustrating Olympics for an American team that had hopes of ending up near the top of the medal table."

You can do your own estate plan, but should you?

Estate planning mistakes can be expensive to fix — that is, when they can be fixed at all.

Op-Ed: Plucking the Weeds of Destruction

Op-Ed by Secretary of State , Brian Kemp, and candidate for Georgia Governor. "Sadly, 'weeds of destruction'- opioid addiction, gang violence, and illegal immigration - are beginning to sprout in Georgia and we need a governor who will rip them from the soil before it’s too late."

GA Lawmaker More Concerned with Taking Credit than Helping Cause

"How are The People ever to believe bipartisan efforts can be accomplished or that everyone has a voice in the Capitol if the end goal is to get credit, not to better our state?"

Op-Ed: Media cherry picking success of adoption bill

State lawmaker rebuts misinformation about a stand-alone adoption bill protecting faith-based organizations concerning same-sex adoption,

Brian Kemp Op-Ed: “New Year, Same Broken Immigration System”

This immigration policy column was written by Republican gubernatorial candidate and current Georgia Secretary of State Brian Kemp. It was submitted to AllOnGeorgia by his campaign and was published without any editing by AllOnGeorgia. Any candidate seeking public office may submit content to publish an opinion piece on AllOnGeorgia.com.

Religion Column: The Grace Of God

The following article is an opinion piece by the author and represents the views of only the author and not necessarily those of AllOnGeorgia.   The...

COLUMN: After Nassar, still a battle to protect athletes

One by one, dozens of gymnasts have bravely recounted the sexual abuse they suffered at the hands of disgraced doctor Larry Nassar , unleashing a catharsis of emotions while extracting some small measure of justice from the monster who stole their childhood.

COLUMN: Kim Jong Un plays the Olympics like a champion

North Korea suddenly making nice for the duration of next month’s Olympic Games in South Korea, putting seven decades of enmity on hold for 16 days with its offers to send athletes and entertainers across their heavily militarized border, won’t fundamentally change what happens next.
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