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2 Bills in Georgia Target Confederate Monuments, Stone Mountain

A bill filed in the Georgia House of Representatives this week would remove protections for Confederate monuments on public property in the state of Georgia. 

Governor Kemp Appoints Judicial Nominating Commission

Governor Brian P. Kemp has announced twenty-five (25) appointments to the Judicial Nominating Commission (JNC), which makes recommendations to the Governor to fill vacancies in state,...

AARP Pushes Bill in GA to Allow Surveillance Cameras in Rooms in Health Facilities

HB 135 would make it permissible for families to have video surveillance cameras in rooms

US Dept. of State Issues Additional Payments Under Holocaust Deportation Claims Program

The program was established in connection with the U.S.-France Agreement on Compensation for Certain Victims of Holocaust-Related Deportation from France Who Are Not Covered by French Program.

Governor Kemp celebrates Georgia tourism industry, unveils 2019 travel guide

The state's tourism industry generated a record-breaking $63.1 billion in economic impact in 2017, for an increase of 3.8 percent over last year.

Trump Administration Commentary on State of the Union

U.S. Secretary of Agriculture Sonny Perdue issued the following statement regarding President Donald J. Trump’s State of the Union address: “President Trump provided a unifying,...

Isakson, Perdue Offer Comments on President Trump’s SOTU

What did Georgia's two U.S. Senators have to say about President Trump's speech?

FULL TEXT: Abrams Response to President Trump’s State of the Union

The following text is as provided by the Fair Fight Action as it was prepared for delivery: Good evening, my fellow Americans. I’m Stacey Abrams,...

Bill Would Ban Cough Syrup Sales to Minors

A bill filed in the Georgia House of Representatives would make it illegal to sell or trade with a minor items that contain certain...

Former Governor Nathan Deal to Receive Zell Miller Award for “Distinguished Public Service”

“Governor Deal has embodied true leadership throughout his entire public service career, from his time in the United States Army to most recently serving as Georgia’s 82nd Governor."