With the stroke of the governor's pen, Georgia no longer is one of the states with no limits on how much lobbyists can spend to influence legislation.
Georgia Gov. Nathan Deal and the state Legislature made a bipartisan effort this pass session to correct their mistake that nearly crippled the state's technical colleges.
If Georgia's kids aren't learning, look no further than the politicians who set education policy in our state.
Congressional candidates will bring in tons of money if they jump into Georgia's open Senate race.
Just voting to allow debate on a gun issue is getting condemnation for Georgia's senators.
The end of the Georgia Legislative session brought with it an end to several bills.
With the final week of the Georgia legislative session approaching, you'd think lawmakers would be busy with major issues. No so.
The rise and fall of Linda Schrenko should serve as a lesson to us all about politicians.
A lawmaker is fighting an uphill battle for a bill that would prevent Georgia Power from earning a profit for shareholders because of Plant Vogtle cost overruns.
First-term Gov. Nathan Deal is likely to draw a challenger in 2014, though most candidates will seek open Senate or House seats.
Georgia lawmakers are more afraid of frying pans than guns.
One thing you can't say about Paul Broun, who announced last week that he's going to run for the U.S. Senate: He isn't boring.
Bipartisan majorities in the Georgia Legislature passed renewal of the state's tax on hospital revenues, but did so while pretending they weren't.
Saxby Chambliss' announcement that he won't seek re-election is creating an uproar for the 2014 elections.
Georgia Lt. Gov. Casey Cagle took advantage of his restored authority by banishing his enemies to less-prestigious committee assignments.
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