Georgia Tea Party groups this week called on Governor Nathan Deal to repeal a law that will allow Georgians to vote on a one-cent transportation tax. They’re opposed to it because if the referendum passes, it will create a new tax.
Georgia Democrats say they will propose a bill creating a healthcare exchange if Republican lawmakers don’t. They also say they’ve filed a brief with the U.S. Supreme Court supporting Pres. Obama’s healthcare reform law.
Gov. Nathan Deal said Thursday the state is very close to a landing a deal that could bring what he described as Georgia's largest business project since automaker Kia opened a massive plant in West Point.
Georgia Tea Party groups held a rally at the state Capitol Thursday to push for ethics reform. They’ve helped to draft a bill that would limit lobbyists’ gifts to lawmakers.
The Tea Party groups want Georgia to become a model for government ethics.
Georgia voters who live along the South Carolina border are getting an early introduction to this year's presidential race in the form of campaign commercials.
However, Augusta- and Savannah-area voters might not yet be ready to pay the candidates any mind.
Gov. Nathan Deal released his 2013 budget proposal Wednesday and the $19.2 billion spending plan calls for more money for education. That’s a marked contrast from previous budgets.
The new budget is up $900 million from last year.
Governor Nathan Deal laid out his plans for the coming year in his annual State of the State address at the State Capitol. He wants to spend more money on education, transportation, security and job growth.