Former House Speaker Newt Gingrich has taken a small first step toward a presidential run in 2012. Gingrich said Thursday he would run on a campaign of creating more jobs in the U.S., and shrinking the size of the federal government.
Governor Nathan Deal says, he'll take up President Barack Obama's offer of an early opt-out of the federal health care law.
Some health care advocates are skeptical the state can go its own way in so short a period of time.
The state House overwhelmingly passed a bill Tuesday that would overhaul Georgia’s college scholarship program. House Democrats and Republicans passionately debated Gov. Deal’s HOPE bill for 90 minutes.
The biggest obstacle to a Newt Gingrich presidential bid might be Gingrich himself.
The twice-divorced former U.S. House speaker has admitted an affair with a former congressional aide who is now his third wife.