Today the Georgia House approved SB 467, the bill that would make child endangerment
At a press conference this afternoon, Governor Perdue said he was pleased about House passage of SB 467, the bill to make child endangerment a felony in Georgia. However, the Governor said he is not happy that the state's Medicaid
The Conference Committee for the FY '04 Supplemental Budget may be close to reaching a compromise. Today House Majority Leader Jimmy Skipper took the well to address the issue.
At a press conference today Lt. Governor Mark Taylor blasted
Georgia's child welfare system continues to face major problems. In Governor Perdue's State of the State Address, he proposed more caseworkers for the Department of Family and Children Services (DFCS), whose workload continues to skyrocket. Lawmakers' David Zelski
Late Wednesday night the House passed another bill pertaining to child protection. HB 1580 would guarantee foster parents
A Committee Chair has not been removed during a legislative session in two decades, but yesterday House Speaker Terry Coleman replaced the House Judiciary Chair, Rep. Tom Bordeaux, with Rep. Mary Margaret Oliver. Nwandi Lawson talks with Rep. Bordeaux about the switch.
Today House Speaker Pro Tem Dubose Porter attempted engross several tort reform bills
Wednesday was Day 33 of this session, the deadline for