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Gov. Nathan Deal

Deal Campaign Reports $607K To Daughter-In-Law's Firm

Georgia Gov. Nathan Deal reported paying his daughter-in-law's consulting firm about $607,000 in his final fundraising report from the 2014 gubernatorial election.

Georgia House Speaker David Ralston

State House Speaker Ralston Supports Putting Forth Medical Marijuana Bill

State House Speaker David Ralston is putting his support behind a bill that would allow limited use of medical marijuana in Georgia.

Senator Johnny Isakson

Isakson Named Chairman Of Senate VA, Ethics Committees

U.S. Sen. Johnny Isakson has been named chairman of the Senate Committee on Veterans' Affairs.

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Georgia Tax Revenues Are Up

Georgia collected roughly $1.91 billion in net taxes in December, up from about $1.75 billion during the same time period in the last fiscal year.

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Legislator Looks To Leave Grand Juries Out Of Killings By Police

A bill ready for the upcoming Georgia legislative session would change the way killings by police officers are investigated in Georgia.

Chatham County commissioners want to study the possibility of expanding CAT bus service throughout the county.

This Week With Tom Barton: What's Ahead For 2015

Big issues for the New Year include education and crime, mayoral and city council elections, and public transportation.

Committee Leaves Transportation Funding To Lawmakers

A committee of state lawmakers looking at transportation funding released its final report Tuesday. It makes no specific recommendations about where that money should come from.

Saxby Chambliss's Lessons Learned

Saxby Chambliss has learned a thing or two over twenty years in government. Along the way, he's learned a few things about life outside the Capitol Dome, too.

Jack Kingston: The Exit Interview

After two decades in office, Congressman Jack Kingston is saying goodbye to Washington.

Sally Yates

Atlanta U.S. Attorney Yates Tapped For Deputy Attorney General Post

President Barack Obama is preparing to nominate the top federal prosecutor in Atlanta to the No. 2 position at the Justice Department, according to two people familiar with the move.

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