A state Senator from Augusta would like to see state officials restore voting rights to non-violent felons.read more
“Today we are providing relief, opportunity and hope for generations to come,” said Governor Brian Kemp Wednesday before signing House Bill 324 — Georgia’s Hope Act.read more
We are still about a year away from primary voting season but, it being a presidential year, fundraising is well underway. That is going to be a difficult task for some candidates this time around.read more
The list of appointments to the Georgians for Refuge, Action, Compassion, and Education (GRACE) Commission, reads like a list of Who’s Who in Georgia.read more
Georgia’s film tax credits are nearly a thing of legend at this point, one of the pillars of former Governor Nathan Deal’s legacy and a shining example of his pro-business mantra – create a strong tax and business environment, and investment will follow.read more
The list of finalists for the 2020 Georgia Teacher of the Year were announced Monday by State School Superintendent Richard Woods.read more
U.S. Senator Johnny Isakson (R-GA) wants to strengthen efforts to understand Sudden Unexpected Infant Death and Sudden Unexplained Death in Childhood and improve prevention efforts.read more
On Thursday, the Advanced Technology Development Center held its annual ATDC Startup Showcase. The ATDC is the state’s oldest technology incubator, and among the oldest in the country.read more
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In 2019 the Atlanta Journal Constitution has laudably raised concerns about the rampant release of repeat offenders in Fulton County. Unfortunately, criminal gangs are conspicuously missing from AJC’s reporting. This has allowed Fulton leaders to elude accountability when it comes to the engine driving the most serious crimes in Georgia and across the nation.
Every day, moms and dads are faced with choices that will affect our children and their needs: what car to drive, what sports leagues or music lessons to sign up for, what doctor to use, and a myriad of other considerations.
Georgia juries haven’t delivered a death sentence in nearly five years, and if Rep. Brett Harrell, R-Snellville, has his way, it never will again. That’s because he recently filed House Bill 702, which would repeal the Georgia death penalty and replace it with a maximum sentence of life-without-parole.