When lawmakers reconvene at the State Capitol in January they’ll revisit legislation filed last year concerning horse racing and pari-mutuel betting. Proponents say it could bring millions of dollars in revenue. Opponents worry it will open the door for casino gambling.
Georgia Attorney General Sam Olens says, he'll vigorously defend Georgia's redistricting maps in court if plans to challenge them come through.
Democrats say, they intend to fight new politcal boundaries pre-approved Friday by the US Justice Department.
Opponents of a plan to truck liquefied natural gas through Savannah say,an energy company is misleading federal regulators.
The charge is the latest in a year-long effort to stop LNG trucks from passing through the city.
Gun owners would not submit fingerprints or go through background checks under a proposed bill. But critics say the measure would jeopardize public safety.
Georgians wanting to carry a concealed weapon have to pay a permit fee, undergo a background check and submit to fingerprinting.
A federal appeals court in Atlanta has denied requests by Georgia and Alabama to delay action on legal challenges to their tough new laws targeting illegal immigration pending the outcome of a U.S. Supreme Court decision on a similar challenge to Arizona's immigration law.
Logging trucks on Georgia’s state and local roads could soon be two tons heavier.
Lawmakers will consider a bill when the General Assembly convenes in January to increase the weight limit for trucks hauling forest products or poultry.