Governor Sonny Perdue feels his education legislation isn't getting the respect it should. Representative Bob Holmes, Chair of the House Education Committee, fires back. Correspondent Nwandi Lawson has that story.
Revisions to the Georgia Fair Lending Act continue to create
It's Day 23 of the Georgia General Assembly. Gerald Bryant talks with Senate President Pro-Tem Eric Johnson about the session thus far and what we can expect out of the last 17 legislative days.
And Susan Hoffman gets another perspective on the session from Capitol Impact.com's Tom Crawford.
Georgia's first Cancer Center of Excellence is opening at Grady Memorial Hospital. Governor Perdue and other dignitaries were given a VIP tour this afternoon. Correspondent Hamilton Northcutt has more.
Buying off college athletes is already against NCAA rules, but it may soon be against Georgia law. Representative Chuck Sims introduced House Bill 95
Efforts have been made for years to incorporate Sandy Springs.
The Georgia Abortion Rights Action League, or GARAL,
The Senate Ethics Committee today heard two pieces of important legislation. Senate Bill 108, part of the Governor's ethics package, and Senate Bill 82, a bill that would legislate what candidates could do with excess campaign funds. Cheznee Egemonye reports.
It's Read Across America Day! Governor Sonny Perdue joined