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State Elections for Last PSC Seats Delayed Supreme Court Ruling
Georgia will hold off on two PSC seat elections until there's change made.

State Elections for Last PSC Seats Delayed Supreme Court Ruling

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As it turns out, the United States Supreme Court ended up removing two Georgia Public Service Commission Races from this year's November 8th, Ballot. This entirely leaves the possibility open…

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Inflation Prices Cause GDOT to Abandon Projects
Inflation may cause more damage than just the loss of projects

Inflation Prices Cause GDOT to Abandon Projects

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Georgia is having the same problem the rest of America is having; rising inflation prices are ruining their plans. Just as recently as June, Georgia’s Department of Transportation (GDOT) had…

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Federal Funds Fuel Atlanta
Federal Funding will help Atlanta Transport

Federal Funds Fuel Atlanta

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Atlanta just received federal funds and they are eager to pump that money into local projects around the city. In total, the federal government granted the city of Atlanta $45…

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I-285 is About to Look Very Different
The I-285 is about to get an express lane with the help of a new agreement.

I-285 is About to Look Very Different

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There’s a big announcement for the quarter million drivers that drive down I-285 every weekday. The Georgia Department of Transportation (DOT) teamed with several organizations. With their powers combined, they…

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Bribery Scandal in Atlanta DOT
The bribery scandal continues to show how bad it was at the City of Atlanta’s office

Bribery Scandal in Atlanta DOT

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The Mitzi Bickers trial found the pastor guilty of 9 of the 12 counts of operating a cash-for-contracts bribery scheme at Atlanta City Hall. Atlanta City Hall saw this as…

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Georgia Races Inflation
Inflation might ruin Georgia's plans to rebuild

Georgia Races Inflation

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Georgia is primed to improve its infrastructure in a big way. An estimated $11 billion is on its way over the next five years to help Georgia tackle some big…

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Georgia Automotive Industry is About to Skyrocket
Georgia has positioned itself to become the leader in electric vehicles

Georgia Automotive Industry is About to Skyrocket

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Georgia just courted an automotive manufacturer that you may not have heard of, but Wall Street guarantees you’re about to. Rivian Automotive is a California based electric vehicle company that…

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Venture-Backed Startups Make up 2% of Job Economy
Hiring Spree Spurred by Startups

Venture-Backed Startups Make up 2% of Job Economy

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Venture-backed companies accounted for about 2% of all jobs in Georgia in 2020, according to a new study from the National Venture Capital Association, Venture Forward, and the University of North Carolina…

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