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The clock on the 2014 Georgia General Assembly session is running down and the stakes are going up.

That’s not unusual, as sessions go. But this year, those stakes are as high as they can...

Georgia craft brewers had hoped this would be their year.

They’ve been lobbying state legislators to loosen regulations that some say are stifling their industry, but for now it seems...

The Obama Administration is, again, delaying implementation of a part of the Affordable Care Act that requires employers to provide health insurance to their workers (or, potentially, face...

What kind of storm preparation do Georgians want to pay for? That’s what Your GPB News Now correspondent is wondering, as we await another blast of ice, snow and freezing temperatures. It’s coming...

Religious issues in workplaces have been popping up in the news in recent months, prompting questions about how much faith employees can practice at work.

A judge ruled in favor of a Sikh...

"Here's this year's stealing bill."

That's how one hardened lobbyist described the so-called Flint River bill. Most Gold Dome insiders can appreciate the state Capitol humor inherent in...

Hugh Thompson, Georgia Supreme Court Chief Justice, says the state needs to do more to help those who cannot afford an attorney.

In his State of the Judiciary address Tuesday, Thompson said...

State Sen. Tommie Williams and three other General Assembly members Tuesday urged their colleagues to pass legislation this year that would require private health insurance companies in Georgia to...

The state Senate called for a national constitutional convention Tuesday at the Capitol.

Lawmakers want to amend the U.S. Constitution to impose fiscal restraints on the federal government...

The state Legislature will be back at the Gold Dome Monday to kick off what’s likely to be its first full week since the first week of the session. It’ll be a five-day week without holidays, and,...

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