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Day 31 - Tuesday, March 17, 2009

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Additional videos
House Appropriations Res Sub
http://mediam1.gpb.org/ga/leg/2009/rm-341_HseApropHResSub_031709.wmv

GPB News - Politics

How Transparent Will Death Row Clemency Be?

Just what a new pardon and parole board reform law will do is open for debate.

$900 Million Transportation Funding Bill Is Now Law

State officials hope to start work on a massive backlog of road and bridge projects, now that Governor Nathan Deal has signed a transportation funding bill.

Houses Passes GOP Budget Championed By GA Congressman

The non-binding proposal would repeal the Affordable Care Act, while giving the Pentagon a seven percent budget hike. It also balances the budget in nine years with more than 5 trillion dollars in spending cuts.

Ethics Commission Finally Gets A New Chief

Stefan Ritter, a Senior Assistant Attorney General, was selected Tuesday from four finalists for the executive secretary position.

Ethics Commission Finally Gets A New Chief

Stefan Ritter, a Senior Assistant Attorney General, was selected Tuesday from four finalists for the executive secretary position.
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