Lieutenant Governor Mark Taylor joins
Lieutenant Governor Taylor's is just one of the plans to maintain the HOPE scholarship that have been discussed since the session began. Lawmakers David Zelski
In his State of the State address Governor Sonny Perdue proposed funding $2 million of a $45 million nanotechnology project at Georgia Tech. Lawmakers Chrissy Thrasher talks with Georgia Tech President Wayne Clough about nanotechnology and it's place in Georgia's future.
The nanotechnology research center at Georgia Tech is part of a larger initiative that Governor Perdue is calling "Georgia Works". The $1 billion bond package is for capital improvements and infrastructure investment. Lawmakers Jesse Freeman has more.
Georgia Supreme Court Chief Justice Norman Fletcher delivered
Governor Perdue today swore in several new members of Georgia's leadership:
Carol Couch, Director, Georgia Environmental Protection Division
Joseph Doyle, Director, Office of Consumer Affairs
Gordon Joyner, Executive Director and Administrator, Georgia Commission on Equal Opportunity
Donnie Smith, Executive Director, Georgia Tobacco Community Development Board
Tom Wade, Executive Director, Georgia Technology Authority
Susan Weiner, Executive Director, Georgia Council for the Arts