Navigating the complex maze of health insurance can be daunting even for seasoned professionals. In Georgia, one woman is hoping to make the process easier, especially for single parents.
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A Growing Movement for Trauma-Informed Care
Your first heartbreak, accident, loss of a loved-one or being chased by a dog – these and so many other incidents can be lasting traumatic experiences, and mental-health practitioners are working to shift the way traumas of the past are being addressed today.
Women Could Claim the Most Governors’ Seats in U.S. History in November
Women running in governors’ races throughout the country are potentially set to break records if elected this November.
Following National Trend, Another GA Coal-Fired Power Plant Retires
Georgia Power is reducing its reliance on coal by phasing out several coal-fired units. However, clean-energy advocates say the company should dispose of all its waste correctly and not pawn the cost of cleanup on ratepayers.
After Seven Years, Medical Marijuana Production and Sales Begin in Georgia
On September 21st, 2022, state regulators awarded licenses to two companies to grow, market and distribute medical marijuana in dispensaries within Georgia.
Kemp Could Potentially Direct Abortion Investigations
Earlier this summer, after the overturning of Roe v. Wade, Georgia’s new abortion law went into effect which banned abortions after 6 weeks, typically the time cardiac activity is detected.
It’s That Time of Year, Folks – Fair Season!
October and November are fall fair months, y’all! And no fall season is complete without some time taking rides, seeing animals, playing games, and of course eating the specialties of the wandering grounds.
Georgia Unemployment at 2.8 Percent for Second Month in a Row
Georgia’s unemployment rate stayed steady in August at 2.8 percent and the state added over 15,000 nonfarm jobs.
Nonprofits, Governments Team Up to Help People Keep a Roof Overhead Amid Georgia Housing Crisis
In Atlanta’s housing market where exorbitant home prices and high rents are excluding even many middle-class families, Atlanta Mayor Andre Dickens and other local luminaries earlier this month stood outside a house built in 1949 that could help buck the trend by providing a safe and affordable place to live.
Audio Recording Reveals Kemp is Open To Banning Certain Contraceptives
On Tuesday, September 15, an audio recording of Governor Brian Kemp surfaced on Twitter revealing his opinion on a birth control ban in Georgia.