On today’s page, we offer three opinion pieces on various issues.
The CEO of the Georgia Chamber of Commerce offers his group’s viewpoint on what’s needed to help keep Georgia’s economy strong. The Chamber has assembled a set of policy recommendations that it’s urging be heeded by the next group of leaders who will be voted into office by Georgia voters in November.
Also today, the pastor of Atlanta’s famed Ebenezer Baptist Church writes about key issues that he sees before Georgians, and all Americans, during this time of sharp, bitter divisions across the nation. Rev. Raphael Warnock invokes the memory of Atlanta’s famous son, Rev. Martin Luther King Jr., whose church he now leads.
Georgia’s First Lady today offers her thoughts on the state’s early childhood education efforts as the second term of her husband, Gov. Nathan Deal, nears its end. Sandra Deal’s been a strong advocate for Georgia’s Pre-K system.