A bill passed by the House Tuesday would restrict the sale of the decongestant pseudoephedrine to only pharmacies in Georgia. The decongestant is a key ingredient in the illegal drug methamphetamine -- the use of which has become a growing problem in the state.
A tax overhaul that Republicans had promoted as a key part of their agenda is dead for the legislative session.
A joint legislative panel signed off on the bill Monday morning and it appeared headed to a full House vote the same day.
If politicians can’t agree on the budget the federal government will shut down tonight at midnight. And if it does, nearly 75-thousand active duty Georgia military personnel will feel the pinch immediately.
Under Georgia law, lobbyists don’t have to report what they spend on state employees or the family members of elected officials. It's the second loophole found in the measure since lawmakers rewrote it last year.