Saturday, February 17, 2018

Georgia State Senators Aim to Eliminate Transportation Taxes

They said the removal would fix the problem of unfair taxing.

Georgia Chamber’s Government Affairs Council names Legislators of the Year

Which legislators took home the award for being the most pro-business?

Atlanta city council to vote on decriminalizing pot possession

Mirroring policies passed by the City of Clarkston, Ann Arbor, Detroit, and New Orleans, the City of Atlanta is considering whether or not to...

Senator David Perdue: “It Is Essential That We Address Zika Responsibly”

Georgia's junior Senator, David Perdue (R-GA), announced Tuesday that he supports an amendment to use funds from other programs at the Center for Disease Control and Prevention in order to try to combat the Zika virus.

Quick Guide to Georgia’s Four Constitutional Amendments

Here's a quick guide for each of the Constitutional measures on this year's November ballot.

Gov. Deal opens door to curtailing tax windfall

Georgians could end up paying $3.6 billion more in state taxes over the next five years because of the overhaul from Congress.

State Sen. Jack Hill: Public Safety & Recidivism

LEGISLATION AND FUNDING JOIN TO ENHANCE PUBLIC SAFETY, REDUCE RECIDIVISM Several pieces of legislation passed through the Public Safety Committee and the Judiciary Committee which...

ACLU suing Georgia county after black polling place changes

A lawsuit alleges that officials in a Georgia county broke state law and should have to reconsider recent changes to several polling places in predominantly black neighborhoods.

Georgia’s water czar is resigning

Georgia's top water official is stepping down as of June 1.

One Georgia Rep. is suing the US Dept. of Education

One of Georgia's State Representatives is suing the U.S. Department of Education over the 2011 Dear Colleague letter which instructed colleges on how to...