Georgia is on track to have its new election system ready for the presidential primaries in March, lawyers for the state assured a judge Friday, but critics pushed for a more concrete backup plan in case things don’t go as planned.
After budget cuts hit Georgia state finances this year, Gov. Brian Kemp’s budget proposal for the upcoming year projects that happy days are here again — for some.
An Atlanta City Council Committee has approved legislation to create the new position of Inspector General.
The State of the State Address marked a return for a long-time public servant who served in the Georgia Legislature for years.
In late December 2019, the plaintiffs were finally able to obtain a copy of the server’s contents that the FBI made in March 2017 and retained — after the state allegedly dragged its feet in securing the image.
Georgia lawmakers have reached a deal to tighten sales tax collections by online businesses including Amazon, eBay and Airbnb.
Georgia Gov. Brian Kemp said raising teacher pay is one of his top goals as he gave his second annual State of the State address Thursday, a stance that could put him on a collision course with legislative leaders who want to cut income taxes.
Some good news for the state economy.
Some of the state's top business leaders had a chance to talk about their priorities for the current legislative session.
Speaking to more than 2,000 business leaders Wednesday morning, Governor Brian Kemp asked them to take part in the state's new human trafficking training initiative.
Gov. Brian Kemp is appointing three new members to seven-year terms on the Georgia state Board of Education, which makes policy for the state’s nearly 1.8 million public school students.
Georgia’s top elections official is seeking a last-minute change to state law to ensure he’s authorized to set the deadline for candidates to sign up to challenge newly appointed Republican U.S. Sen. Kelly Loeffler in the November election.
Lt. Governor Geoff Duncan wants to make Georgia "the technology capital of the East Coast," and he announced a new effort Wednesday to help the state achieve that.
A longtime state senator from northwest Georgia has said that he won’t seek reelection in November.
A Georgia physician is running for a U.S House seat being vacated by retiring Republican Tom Graves.
Two Georgia state lawmakers say they won’t support a bill this year that would create a new city in coastal Georgia.
Georgia lawmakers say they’re near a deal to tighten tax collections on some online sales.
The 2020 legislative session officially got underway Monday at the Georgia State Capitol.
Georgia's Secretary of State and the Georgia Cyber Center at Augusta University announced a partnership to protect the state's election system.
A bipartisan panel examining Georgia’s high maternal death rate is recommending that state lawmakers extend the amount of time low-income mothers are eligible for Medicaid coverage.