Here in Georgia…
– The messy GOP primary is coming to Georgia.
– Today is the last day to register to vote for the March 6th presidential preference primary. You can find the relevant forms here.
– Your property tax bill may go up as local tax assessors will be allowed to raise property values this year.
– Secretary of State Brian Kemp says that the anti-immigration bill passed last year could delay the issuance of new state licenses.
– Speaking of Georgia’s anti-immigration law, the $18.6 billion FY 2013 budget proposal has money dedicated to farmers that have been hit by the loss of farm workers.
– The supplemental budget has cleared the House.
– The Falcons’ new football stadium may include a retractable roof.
– The state House is set to roll out their ethics bill.
National stories of interest…
– At new study from the Cato Institute shows that guns save lives.
– Tim Tebow may consider politics once his football days are done.
– The AFL-CIO will protest CPAC on Friday.
– Don’t expect a budget from Congress until at least next year.
– Mississippi is the most conservative state, according to Gallup. DC is the most liberal.
– Rosanne Barr will seek the Green Party’s presidential nomination.
– According to the Times, the 2016 presidential race is already underway.
– Facebook Mark Zuckerberg isn’t a fan of the regulatory environment in Washington.
– James Pethokoukis looks deeper into the recent jobs numbers.
– Despite all the claims of capitalism’s failures, Sheldon Richman explains that we do not have a free market economy in the United States.