Today the Georgia Senate approved SR 786, a measure that urges local governments to display the 10 Commandments
Today the House voted not to engross HR 1470, the House version of the proposed constitutional amendment to ban gay marriage. A vote to engross would have made the resolution immune to any changes.
Members of Georgia Equality, Aids Survival Project and other
Atlanta Mayor Shirley Franklin has joined opponents of a
Governor Sonny Perdue spoke to members of the Georgia School
The House today agreed to allow counties to use money collected in a Special Local Option Sales Tax, or SPLOST, for sewer projects.
Today the House Higher Education Committee discussed HB 1325, a bill aimed at preserving the HOPE Scholarship. Lawmakers' Jesse Freeman has the details from today's committee meeting.
The Senate approved SB 297 today. The bill strengthens penalties for fleeing a police officer and for impersonating a law enforcement officer.
Today the House voted to exempt the builders of Atlanta's new arts center from sales taxes. HB 1511 allows for tax-free purchases of building materials for the project between January 2005 and January 2009.
Today at the Capitol Governor Perdue proclaimed March as Red Cross Month. Lawmakers' Michael McCollum has more.