The George Mason University Mercatus Center released the 3rd edition its rankings of freedom in all 50 states. Georgia ranked 9th overall (Tennessee ranked 3rd), but ranked better in some categories and worse in others. You can view a paper version of the report, or take a look at the interactive graphic over at their website.
My advice to the members of the Georgia General Assembly: see where we rank and look at the policy notes. It may be prudent to see what we can do to improve our rankings through policies that reduce government dependence and maximizes personal liberty. 2014 is an election year afterall.
Borrowed from LaborUnionReport on RedState.