Georgia Agriculture Commissioner Applauds Injunction Blocking Enforcement of ‘Waters of the United States’ Rule
Agriculture Commissioner Gary W. Black is applauding action recently taken by the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Georgia to grant a...
Georgia Governor announces $18.1 million in transportation project awards
Accusations of ethical lapses and incompetence are raising the temperature of Georgia’s heated race for the Republican nomination for governor.
Representatives of the Walmart company heirs deny any involvement in the Georgia governor’s race after a candidate was secretly recorded saying he backed a school choice law because campaign money from the family’s non-profit foundation was at stake.
A leading Republican candidate for Georgia governor reportedly bought a downtown Atlanta condominium from a lobbyist at what appeared to be a discount. The New...
State Senator and Republican candidate for Lieutenant Governor of Georgia David Shafer has earned the support of 270 of his current and former legislative...
Attorneys filed separate federal lawsuits in Alabama, Georgia and Louisiana, challenging congressional maps lawmakers in each state approved in 2011
In its order issued Friday evening, the court also agreed that if the WOTUS Rule became effective, the States would suffer irreparable harm in the form of both a “loss of sovereignty and unrecoverable monetary losses.”
Though the Republican nominee for Governor of Georgia has yet to be decided, the Georgia Democrat Party is already attacking Lieutenant Governor Casey Cagle over a secret recording released last week. The recording reveals Cagle admitting he used legislation to undermine primary opponent Hunter Hill, who came in third place.
After a series of viral social media posts indicating that Georgia's new hands-free law would ban the use of music streaming services, like Pandora and Spotify, angered drivers around the state, the bill's sponsor says the apps are allowed under certain conditions.