It's legislative day 10 of the
The Georgia State Senate passed Senate Bill 3 today. The controversial tort reform legislation was the subject of over 4 hours of debate. The bill would cap non-economic damages for pain and suffering at $250,000 per guilty party or an aggregate cap of $750,000. Lawmakers David Zelski has that story.
Governor Sonny Perdue held his quarterly meeting with State agency heads today. He outlined his legislative agenda and encouraged agencies to remain fiscally frugal. Lawmakers Jesse Freeman has that story.
The National Federation of Independent Businesses was at the
Nwandi Lawson talks with Representative Tyrone Brooks about his legislative push to repeal the last remaining "Jim Crow" laws.
The House Education Committee received a lesson today in the State's
The Senate Appropriations subcommittee on Higher Education
Preparations for a statewide energy plan took place in the Senate Regulated Industries and Utilities Committee
Senate Bill 76 was heard in the Senate Insurance and Labor Committee today. The legislation, which would increase regulation of medical malpractice insurance rates, was sent to subcommittee for further review.
Corrections Commissioner James Donald says putting prisoners to work
Today was Firefighters day under the gold dome. Firefighters from