Georgia now has its first statewide funding for transit. The money – as much as $50 million a year – is to be distributed among the state’s transit agencies under provisions that are to be ...
Abortion is still legal in Georgia for now.
A fire that started in Brunswick over citizen's arrest has reached the Georgia state Capitol.
Limits on businesses' COVID-19 liability, a micro-Medicaid expansion and more.
The handling of coal ash and livestock manure, when it is a byproduct of factory farming of cows, pigs and chickens, are among the environmental issues that may emerge on this year’s campaign trail, now ...
Schools are the biggest single cost and they take the biggest cut.
"It gives protection to first responders and their families..."
Not all the splits in the Legislature are partisan.
There's talk of "looking at revenue." That is, getting more money.
State spending is already lean.
Coronavirus emptied the Georgia Legislature — but not before lawmakers shoved just about 100 bills through a bottleneck Thursday.
"The federal folks in Washington need to get themselves together and figure something out ..."
"The single family homeowners have the burden ..."
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.
Georgia will forego something like $1 billion this year in the form of tax credits to TV and movie-makers.
Impact fees on affordable housing could be waived under a statewide bill that’s endorsed by Atlanta and has been passed by the state Senate. Meantime, the potential state takeover of Atlanta’s airport is in a ...