• Speaker, Governor & Lieutenant Governor Announce Tax Cut Plan

    Gov. Nathan Deal, along with Lt. Gov. Casey Cagle and House Speaker David Ralston, today outlined updates to HB 918, which addresses state tax code. The legislation, sponsored by Rep. Chuck Efstration, now combines the 2017 Internal Revenue Code (IRC) bill, HB 821, with 2018 IRC updates. It also addresses the state revenue projections resulting […]

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  • Pesticide Safety Month and Apple Producers Meeting

    Hundreds of people get sick each year from inappropriate pesticide use.  Pesticides are used in homes, workplaces, apartments, farms and other places where humans need to control pests such as weeds, insects, fungi, rodents and even viruses. Of the 11 states participating in the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s (CDC) pesticide safety program, workers […]

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  • Short Takes – Protecting Our Schools

    As expected, the school shooting outrage in Florida will soon run its course. Why? Because the Democrats immediately politicized it by blaming the NRA and organizing anti-gun rally’s around cooperative high schoolers, many still traumatized by the drama they just experienced. Their purpose, once again, is to set the anti-gun agenda they believe will garner […]

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  • “Ask the Doc!” All about Eczema and Seasonal Allergies

    Today on Ask the Doc, BKP and Doctor William Whaley discuss eczema and what can lead to worse skin conditions on the body when eczema is left untreated. Also, Dr. Answers viewer questions and tell us a break down of this years upcoming seasonal allergies. We want to give a big thank you to Georgia […]

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  • Senator David Perdue Discusses Immigration Debate On PBS & NPR

    WASHINGTON, D.C. – U.S. Senator David Perdue (R-GA) spoke with Judy Woodruff on PBS NewsHour and Ari Shapiro on NPR’s All Things Considered about theSecure and Succeed Act, legislation he has co-sponsored that mirrors President Trump’s immigration framework which resolves DACA, strengthens border security, eliminates the visa lottery, and ends extended-family chain migration. Click here to watch the PBS interview or click on the […]

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  • Short Takes – Just Another Shooting?

    The multiple murders at the Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in South Florida was absolutely preventable! Yet, the organizations capable of preventing it, did not, could not, or would not, for whatever reasons, take action against a known potential danger because of the fear of social backlash from one group or another because it would […]

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  • Short Takes – A Divided America, What’s the Cure?

    America has long been divided by two contending political philosophies, one created in the firm belief in the god given rights of man through self determination and possession of private property, among others, the inalienable anchors of representative freedoms. The other, a scheme that clings to the Marxist inspired idea that people would be happier […]

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  • Georgia DOT In Northwest Georgia Is Hiring, Holds Job Fair In Carrollton

    CARROLLTON–  GDOT moves Georgia! It can help set your career in motion too! If you are looking for an exciting, challenging, and professional transportation career, join Georgia DOT job fair in Carrollton Georgia. The Georgia DOT Northwest Georgia (District 6) Office will host a job fair from 9 to 11 a.m. on Tuesday, February 20 at the Carrollton Goodwill Career Center, […]

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