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No quick solution to Georgia highway woes

...bullet," said Seth Millican, executive director of the Georgia Transportation Alliance, a branch of the Georgia Chamber of Commerce.Alan Essig, executive director of the Georgia Budget and Policy Institute -- a leftward-leaning think...
Georgia communities tout veterans in workforce sales pitch

...getting those qualified workers out of the military and into the workforce," said Chris Clark, president of the Georgia Chamber of Commerce.Often, the veterans have gained the desired skills in the military, so Georgia has recently streamlined...
Majority of Georgia voters back raising minimum wage, exit poll shows

...dominate its primary elections oppose raising the minimum wage. Powerful business lobbying interests such as the Georgia Chamber of Commerce also oppose it. However, the moderates that Republicans need to win general elections tend to favor raising...
Randy Burnette

GREENVILLE, S.C. - Randy Burnette, a native of Greenville, SC, died at the age of 73 in Atlanta, GA on October 5th. He attended Parker High School in Greenville, where he served as Student Body President, was voted Most Likely to Succeed, Best
Michelle Nunn attacks David Perdue in U.S. Senate debate

...since Nunn won the Democratic nomination in May and Perdue took the Republican nomination in a July runoff. The Georgia Chamber of Commerce, the Georgia Association of Broadcasters and the Georgia News Network organized the debate in Macon and broadcast...
Georgia Chamber President and CEO Chris Clark urges business leaders to look within state borders

Georgia Chamber of Commerce President and CEO Chris Clark shared his recipe for adding jobs and growing the state economy during a Tuesday luncheon at Augusta Technical College.
Day Planner

UPCOMINGJULY 8: Georgia Chamber of Commerce Regional Power Lunch; 11:30 a.m.; Augusta Technical College, 400 Building, 3200 Augusta Tech Drive, Augusta; free...
Georgia lets expire 15-year ban on using coastal aquifer to stash river water for droughts

JEKYLL ISLAND, Ga. - The aquifer that coastal Georgia relies on for its drinking water was considered so pristine that state lawmakers once declared it off-limits to well drillers looking for a place to stash extra water. Not anymore.
Workers ready for danger

The Georgia Chamber of Commerce is proud to salute these unsung heroes who exemplify everything that is great about our state.
Augusta Kiwanis Club selects top STARs on Monday

...Georgia.The STAR (Student Teacher Achievement Recognition) program was founded in 1958 and is sponsored by the Georgia Chamber of Commerce, the Professional Association of Georgia Educators and the Georgia Department of Education.