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Why are taxpayers being forced to pay for the attorneys fighting to prevent taxpayers from learning what was done with taxpayer money?
Ask Consumer Ed provides answers to consumer questions and is brought to you by the Governor's Office of Consumer Protection. Today's question explains the new car tax.
As the school year comes to a close, we wanted to take a moment to reflect on some of the strides we made improving school nutrition this year.
GA Charter Schools Association pioneers alternative GA teacher certification for charter public school teachers.
How can parents help make the outdoors as appealing to their children as the digital world indoors? One simple way to ensure outdoor play is to plant a garden with your child.
It’s not surprising you didn’t hear much about the internet “security” Cyber Intelligence Sharing and Protection Act (CISPA) dying in the Senate last week...
Garden bounty gifts from friends and neighbors are such a treat in my house!
I may never understand the rules of Wall Ball, since my children made them up and change them often, but it is fun to play, and I'm happy to see them get along.
National Blueberry pie day is this week. Read about the memory and health benefits of eating blueberries and have a piece of pie to celebrate the day.
Have you built that ark yet?
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