Wednesday, November 22, 2017

Military leaders speak out against racism, extremism

 Leaders of the four major U.S. military services are speaking out against racism and extremism after last weekend’s violence in Charlottesville, Virginia.

Liberals denounce Perdue for Ag Secretary over peanut contamination case

Legislators and advocates for food safety are pledging to fight the nomination of President Trump's pick for Agriculture Secretary and former Georgia Governor Sonny Perdue.

Ag Commissioner Travels To Panama for Ag Interests.

Commissioner of Agriculture Gary  Back recently escorted a team to Panama intent on understanding what's to come with the Panama Canal expansion and how...

Ex-Georgia congressman’s chief of staff charged in ethics case

A former congressman's chief of staff has been charged with using congressional funds to pay a campaign consultant.

Speaker appoints legislative panel to help Georgia military bases

The committee will determine how to best serve, accommodate, and protect Georgia's military installations.

Report: Deputies verifying voter status of voters at homes in one...

The New York times recently reported that one small Georgia county is having deputies dispatched to the homes of voters to verify their voter registration after allegations that deputies used their authority to command the voters to appear in person to prove their residence or lose their voting rights.

Gov. Deal Sticks Finger in Wind on Gambling

Though he has made it perfectly clear that he is adamantly opposed to in-state gambling, Governor Deal may still help casinos come to Georgia...

GA Sec. of State has major ‘oops’ on 6.1 million voter...

GA Sec. of State has major 'oops' on 6.1 million voter files including social security numbers and drivers license information.

Georgia Cuts Funding for STD Kits at Planned Parenthood

Planned Parenthood Southeast is upset over the funding cut for the organizations sexually transmitted disease kits which were previously provided for free. They say...