Trump, COVID-19 and conservative credentials got the most attention.
A fire that started in Brunswick over citizen's arrest has reached the Georgia state Capitol.
There's been a tension: Atlanta leaders do want police, but they want a "transformation" too.
Limits on businesses' COVID-19 liability, a micro-Medicaid expansion and more.
Not all the splits in the Legislature are partisan.
"Millions of children go to school where there are many cops, but not one nurse."
If these protests "feel different," it's also true that change is liable to be slow.
The listing preserves the stories of each site.
"What we do have is a real belief in the fact that things can be different."
Georgia wouldn’t have offered $1 million if they didn't think it was necessary, said a state leader.
Layoffs, furloughs and some shorter school years were the result the last time the economy fell off a cliff ...
Georgia Gov. Brian Kemp at the Capitol on April 27. Credit: screenshot By Maggie Lee Georgians who have even mild COVID-19 symptoms can and should get tested, say Georgia’s governor and its top public health ...
Even work puts black and brown people at higher risk of sickness of now.
In this far-from-normal time, people are seeking pets.
There's more demand for rental assistance than nonprofits can handle.
It's bigger than Cascade Nature Preserve or Piedmont Park.
"We just have no idea at this time what sort of expenses we're going to have associated with this emergency."
Coronavirus emptied the Georgia Legislature — but not before lawmakers shoved just about 100 bills through a bottleneck Thursday.
It won't be until the last days of the Georgia legislative session that there are settlements on teacher pay raises, budget cuts or tax cuts.