On Wednesday, Georgia lawmakers attended the Georgia Chamber of Commerce’s Eggs and Issues annual breakfast, sat for Gov. Nathan Deal’s State of the State address and plowed into budget hearings. And that was merely Day 3 of the 2014 Georgia General Assembly session. Gov.
Governor Nathan Deal proposed a $547 million budget increase for K-12 education in Georgia during his State of the State address on Wednesday morning.
There is growing discussion among state lawmakers about potentially legalizing medical marijuana in Georgia. 20 other states and the District of Columbia have already done it.
Here is the full text of Governor Nathan Deal's State of the State Speech: Lt.
Former Macon City Councilor Rev. Henry Ficklin blames gerrymandering for his 10 point loss in Tuesday's court-ordered do-over election to fill the District Two seat on the new Macon-Bibb Commission. The Republican-led state legislature redrew local voting districts in 2012 when they passed a bill authorizing Macon's consolidation with surrounding Bibb County.