Senate committee on homelessness holds first meeting

  A 15-member study committee held its first meeting and took its first steps to identify factors contributing to homelessness across the state and find long-term solutions to what they have identified as a critical problem in Georgia. The Senate Study Committee,...

Georgia Senate confronts homelessness

  The numbers are staggering. According to reports, there are more than 58,000 homeless children in Georgia and more than 29,000 homeless students attending Georgia’s public K-12 schools — making Georgia the second worst state in the nation for child...

Governor Deal gives Irma update

“Pack your patience, and stay where you are as long as possible.” That was the message sent by Georgia Gov. Nathan Deal and a handful of other state officials yesterday morning during a press conference to outline the state’s response and recovery efforts following...

Breaking – Governor’s update on Irma

  “Pack your patience, and stay where you are as long as possible.” That was the message sent by Georgia Gov. Nathan Deal and a handful of other state officials this morning during a press conference to outline the state’s response and recovery efforts following...

Duncan hits Shafer; receives GOP backlash

  Ex-Rep. Geoff Duncan, R-Cumming, who this week resigned his seat in the Georgia House of Representatives to concentrate on a run for Lieutenant Governor, was rebuked by Republican party leaders and at least one early supporter of his candidacy. In his...

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