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Day 18 - Tuesday, February 16, 2010

GPB News - Politics

$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.

Supreme Court Hears Gay Marriage Case; What's At Stake For Georgia?

Most experts believe the court will say gays and lesbians have the right to marry. On this episode of Political Rewind, host Bill Nigut and his guests weigh in on the arguments the court will hear on both sides of the issue.
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