The transformation of MARTA into ‘The ATL’

9:14 am Apr. 21, 2015

Over on our editorial page at myAJC.com, Tom Sabulis has an interview with state Sen. Brandon Beach, R-Alpharetta, on the topic of mass transit. Times are changing rapidly for transit in metro Atlanta — albeit

Sex and the ‘religious liberty’ bill

11:09 am Mar. 11, 2015

Former attorney general Michael Bowers has argued that Georgia’s law prohibiting masked Klan members could be threatened.

But Lynn Hogue, Georgia State University’s constitutional scholar, sought a less inflammatory example of an unintended consequence that could

The eight GOP governors who have shifted on taxes

9:39 am Jan. 26, 2015

Over the weekend, the New York Times pointed to eight Republican governors (out of 31) who have — In Nevada, Gov. Brian Sandoval, a Republican, has proposed a $1.1 billion tax increase for education;

— In

Scenes from Nathan Deal’s inaugural ball

9:03 am Jan. 16, 2015

“Work together, y’all.”

That was the message from famed blues singer More than 1,000 people piled in to The Arena at Gwinnett Center (the brutal traffic to get there may have helped Deal make his case for a new

Four keys to Nathan Deal’s inaugural speech

2:01 pm Jan. 12, 2015

Gov. Nathan Deal ushered in the start of his second term with a vow to continue the next phase of his criminal justice overhaul and  reminder of the work left unfinished from the last four