World Refugee Day and Immigrant Heritage Month: How Welcoming is Georgia?
World Refugee Day and Immigrant Heritage Month: How Welcoming is Georgia?
Opioid Settlement Funding Presents Opportunity to Address Georgia’s Drug Overdose Epidemic
Opioid Settlement Funding Presents Opportunity to Address Georgia’s Drug Overdose Epidemic
New Tax Plan Risks State’s Long-Term Fiscal Health, Worsens Income and Racial Inequities
New Tax Plan Risks State’s Long-Term Fiscal Health, Worsens Income and Racial Inequities
Ending P-SNAP Harms Georgians

By Ife Finch Floyd | May 18, 2022

Ending P-SNAP Harms Georgians
State of Working Georgia: Pandemic Job Numbers Show Ongoing Progress at the Surface, but Inequities Persist Below
State of Working Georgia: Pandemic Job Numbers Show Ongoing Progress at the Surface, but Inequities Persist Below
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World Refugee Day and Immigrant Heritage Month: How Welcoming is Georgia?

Over the past year or so, Georgians have grown increasingly aware of the challenges faced by refugees resettling in the state. A new report provides a wealth of information on how refugees in the U.S. fare over time and how they affect our local communities.

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Opioid Settlement Funding Presents Opportunity to Address Georgia’s Drug Overdose Epidemic

Georgia has the opportunity to tap into millions of dollars to address the drug overdose crisis thanks to …

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New Tax Plan Risks State’s Long-Term Fiscal Health, Worsens Income and Racial Inequities

    House Bill 1437, signed into law by Gov. Kemp after a final version emerged during the …

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Ending P-SNAP Harms Georgians

Amid the high cost of food and a baby formula shortage pushing up prices for a critical source …

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