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State of Working Georgia: Pandemic Job Numbers Are Improving, But Inequitably

Key Takeaways: Nearly 60 percent of Georgia’s pre-pandemic labor force have turned to the unemployment safety net at …

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What Happened With Fall Enrollment in Georgia’s Public Colleges and Universities?

As Georgia’s public colleges and universities faced the fall semester with both the coronavirus and an economic downturn, …

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Sine Die: Overview of Georgia’s 2022 Fiscal Year Budget

    Bolstered by billions of dollars in unprecedented support from the federal government, Georgia lawmakers enacted a …

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Sine Die 2021: Lawmakers Can Do More to Put People First

The 2021 Legislative Session has officially ended. Much of the session was focused on efforts to undermine democracy …

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Georgia Can Maximize Federal Aid

    The federal government passed a relief package that will send $4.7 billion in direct funding to …

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Senate Approves Changes to Fiscal Year 2022 Budget

Update on 3/23: The Senate approved changes to House Bill 81 by a vote of 54-0. This budget …

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Adding Up the Fiscal Notes: Crossover Day 2021

    Each year, the Georgia Budget and Policy Institute analyzes tax legislation considered by the General Assembly …

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Medicaid is Now an Even Better Deal for Georgia

    Georgia’s pending Medicaid waiver plan partially expands Medicaid coverage to adults with incomes below the poverty …

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Partner Spotlight: The Atlanta Community Food Bank

GBPI has worked with the Atlanta Community Food Bank on critical issues like a state earned-income tax credit …

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Costly Corporate Tax Break Package Would Give Millions to Wealthy Corporations | Bill Analysis: House Bill 587 (LC 43 1970S)

    This bill analysis was co-authored by Danny Kanso, tax and budget senior policy analyst and Dustin …

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Colleges and Universities Can Support Student SNAP Access

This guest blog is co-authored by MK Anderson and Charles Bliss. Charles Bliss of Atlanta Legal Aid has …

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Crossover Day 2021: Lawmakers Approve Some People-First Measures, But More Needed

Yesterday marked Crossover Day 2021, the day by which a bill generally must pass out of its legislative …

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