Governor Sonny Perdue wants to take Attorney General Thurbert Baker
An exclusive, in-depth interview with Speaker of the House Terry Coleman.
Governor Perdue made himself available to the press this morning to talk about a variety of topics, including his reaction to the budget proposal drafted by Senate Republicans, his recent conversation with former President Jimmy Carter about the flag referendum and where he stands on education reform. Lawmakers David Zelski reports.
The "Woman's Right to Know Act" gets final approval from the Senate today- and without Senator Carol Jackson's amendment to exempt certain women from the 24 hour waiting period. Jackson's amendment, which would have excluded the victims of rape, incest, domestic violence or pregnant women who are mentally ill or disabled, was removed from the measure before it received final passage. We'll have the highlights of that impassioned debate.
A House Banks and Banking committee substitute of Senate Bill 53,
Senate Appropriations committee members continued their discussion
First Lady Mary Perdue spoke to the Georgia Organization of
The Civil Law Subcommittee of the Senate Judiciary held their third and final public hearing on Senate Bill 133. Subcommittee Chair Chuck Clay says to expect a committee substitute to that tort reform legislation in full Judiciary committee next week. We'll have the highlights of this week's testimony.
And today was Africa Day at the Capitol. Lawmakers Cheznee Egemonye has more.