Gas prices in Georgia fell to an average of $3.298 across the state on Thursday, September 8. This dramatic decrease in price means that drivers are paying nearly $6 less to fill up than a month ago.
Over the next ten years, the Inflation Reduction Act (IRA) will bring in just under $740 billion and invest $433 billion of that back into programs laid out in the bill.
Democrats are no longer racing against a countdown to finalize Affordable Care Act subsidies ahead of open enrollment after the historic passing of the Inflation Reduction Act this month.
“The cancellation of Music Midtown will cost Georgia’s economy $50 million,” says Stacey Abrams, the Democratic candidate for governor. “It’s shameful, but not surprising, that the governor cares more about protecting dangerous people carrying guns in public than saving jobs and keeping business in Georgia.”
The Inflation Reduction Act (IRA) was recently passed by Congress and is now expected to be signed by President Joe Biden. The bill, a key part of the President’s agenda, allots the largest federal clean energy investment in U.S. history.
Last week, Congress passed the Inflation Reduction Act (IRA) which creates new tax reforms primarily affecting corporations
Nearly all of Georgia’s public school students are back at their desks this week as the bell rings on a new school year.
A survey of consumers released on Monday by the Federal Reserve Bank of New York found that expectations of inflation in the next few years has declined for the second month in a row.
On August 7th, after an all-night session, the U.S. Senate passed major climate, health care and tax legislation called the Inflation Reduction Act. During the session, legislators voted on dozens of proposed amendments in a process known as “vote-o-rama.”
Many Georgians hitting the road for the Fourth of July travel season saw a familiar face at the gas station as Democratic gubernatorial candidate Stacey Abrams smiled from screens on over 5,500 gas pumps across the state.