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Abrams: Conceding elections condones “systems used to oppress us”

The statements come on the heels of her March comments reported by Adam Kelsey in which Abrams said "I did win my election. I just didn't get to have the job."

Kemp Appoints David Curry State Revenue Commissioner

At the Department of Revenue, Curry will succeed Lynne Riley, who was recently appointed by Kemp to serve as State Treasurer.

Fmr Congressman John Barrow Announces Candidacy for Georgia Supreme Court

A familiar face to many in Georgia has announced he will be seeking a seat on the state's highest court.

History-Making Justice on GA Supreme Court Will Soon Step Down

Justice Robert Benham will not seek another term on Georgia's highest court.

Ga Ethics Commission Votes to Increase Political Donation Limits

The Georgia Transparency & Campaign Finance Commission, formerly known as the Georgia Ethics Commission, voted last week to increase the allowable donations for individuals and organizations during election cycles.

McAleenan: Nonpartisan Committee Report Recommendations Essential to Securing Our Border, Safety and Welfare of...

"The unprecedented surge in unaccompanied children and family unit migration is overwhelming our ability to provide humanitarian aid within our immigration system. The reasonable changes proposed by this nonpartisan panel, could dramatically reduce migration of family units from Central America, help eliminate dangerous and illegal border crossings, as well as improve the care of children who are brought on this harrowing journey."

Georgia Joins 17-State Coalition to Support New WOTUS Rule that Eases Burden on Farmers,...

The coalition, in comments filed late Monday, explained that the Administration’s proposal would restore reasonable, predictable lines between waters subject to federal regulation and those left to be regulated by the states.

GHSA Votes to Keep Homeschoolers Out

The Georgia High School Association voted on Monday to prohibit home-school eligibility in sports and other GHSA-governed activities.

Which Georgia State Representatives Skipped the Most Votes During the 2019 Legislative Session?

Our lawmakers are sent to Atlanta to represent their constituents and vote on behalf of their district. So why did one state representative skip 25% of the votes this session?

Which GA Representatives Voted NO the Most During the 2019 Legislative Session?

Do lawmakers under the Gold Dome agree on everything?