Governor Sonny Perdue accuses Representative Tom Bordeaux of playing "petty partisan politics" with child endangerment legislation
Senator Ed Harbison has introduced legislation that would put a family income cap on recipients of the HOPE Scholarship.
Controversy erupted today in the Georgia House when the minister of the day denounced gay marriage in his remarks. Representative Karla Drenner,
Governor Perdue and other legislators were sporting the color red today for Go Red for Women Day in support of the fight against heart disease among women. Chrissy Thrasher reports on the American Heart Association's efforts to get the word out about this deadly disease.
Not everyone is happy about Georgia Highway 316 becoming a toll road. A recent poll shows residents who use 316 think the proposed tolls are too high. Lawmakers Jesse Freeman reports.
High Flying Action. The Legislative Sports Caucus played their annual All-Star Basketball Game last night at Georgia State University. We have the highlights of the action- and fun- from last night's game.
Electronic Votingcame to Georgia in 2002, but some Georgians feel punch card ballots are safer and more accurate. Angelena Washington reports on the Voters Independence Project and why they feel electronic voting is not the best way to cast a ballot.
Capitol Interns are a great asset to the legislature during the session each year. Lawmakers Scicolone Francis gives us an inside look at the duties of a capitol interns.