There will be public meetings this week in Fitzgerald, Toccoa and Dalton about next year’s transportation sales tax vote. They are part of a final round of meetings that will give residents there one last chance to discuss the projects that the tax would fund, if passed.
Washington’s Gang of Six has swelled to 34.
US Senator Republican Saxby Chambliss of Georgia is leading a new bi-partisan coalition of senators with a mission to reduce the 14 trillion dollar national deficit.
Georgia's black legislative caucus is meeting in Savannah through Saturday.
The all-Democratic group is looking past this summer's contentious special session on redistricting to work with Republican leaders.
Georgia’s Tea Party is continuing its effort to thwart a vote on a transportation sales tax. Last month, it helped to stifle a proposal to move the vote from next July to next November. Now, the political group says it’s against the vote entirely, and its opinion could sway a lot of voters.
Georgia Republican Senator Saxby Chambliss is supporting the U.S. Senator holding up debate on a funding extension to the Federal Aviation Administration.
The FAA could face another partial shutdown if Congress doesn’t pass the measure by midnight Friday.
The Georgia Chamber of Commerce will coordinate distinct regional marketing campaigns for next year’s transportation sales tax vote. Officials overseeing the campaigns will also be seeking private funds to bankroll them.