Democratic U.S. Senate candidate Michelle Nunn qualified Thursday at the state Capitol, and brought a posse of supporters with her.
As we’ve noted throughout this year’s legislative session, lawmakers are eager to avoid controversy, adjourn and start campaigning for re-election. But the outside world keeps intruding at the Gold Dome. Lawmakers are struggling to answer why federal money to expand the Savannah Port that everyone has said is coming, isn’t.
Georgia lawmakers are sprinting to the end of the 2014 legislative session. The legislature engaged in a bill-passing marathon Monday, and now each chamber is taking a look at the other chamber’s bills.
Georgia’s state House passed a bill late Monday designed to push back against the federal Affordable Care Act. It now goes to the state Senate. The legislation would prevent state government from helping in the implementation and enforcement of the law also known as "Obamacare."
Georgia lawmakers have made it to the other side. That is, the other side of so-called Crossover Day, which took place Monday at the state Capitol. They are now three-quarters of the way through the 2014 legislative session, and barreling toward the end, currently scheduled for March 20.