Thu., January 27, 2011 1:21pm
Backers of the arts in Georgia pushed their case for $1 million in funding at the state Capitol this week. Arts advocates want to make sure a restructuring of Georgia’s Council for the Arts doesn’t leave federal money on the table.
Mon., January 10, 2011 6:03pm
Nathan Deal became Georgia's 82 governor today. In his inaugural speech he vowed to save the hope scholarship for future generations. Deal's needs to balance a state budget that is expected to be one billion dollars short.
Wed., January 5, 2011 9:40am
A panel weighing an overhaul of Georgia's tax code is set to hold what's expected to be its final meeting Wednesday.
Tue., January 4, 2011 9:38am
State lawmakers return to the Capitol next week to open the new General Assembly session. And it promises to be dominated once again by tough budget issues.
Wed., December 8, 2010 5:28pm
A new study shows Georgia ranks among the top-10 states nationally in high school graduates enrolling for college. But once they get there, they take too long to finish or drop out. And earlier in the education system, fewer than half of ninth-graders are classified as having a “reasonable chance” of getting to college.
Wed., December 8, 2010 9:45am
Georgia’s governor-elect says deeper cuts to education could be needed because of state budget woes. Nathan Deal tells The Atlanta Journal-Constitution that the state's lottery-funded HOPE scholarship can't continue on its current path with drastic measures possibly needed to save that.
Mon., November 8, 2010 12:57pm
Governor-elect Nathan Deal is underway with state budget meetings this week. Only six days removed from his gubernatorial victory, the Gainesville Republican is meeting all week with state budget officials and key budget writers within the General Assembly.
Mon., October 18, 2010 7:23am
Georgians will get a chance to decide next month whether they want to pay a 10 dollar car tag fee to fund the state's trauma care network.
Tue., October 5, 2010 4:31pm
Governor Sonny Perdue says under his watch Georgia’s government has learned to run smoother and has gotten better at managing its money and assets. Tuesday in the House chambes of the state Capitol, the governor touted the hard work of a special commission he created.
Wed., September 8, 2010 2:21pm
Georgia's revenue collections were up a third straight month in August. The jump of 12.7 percent in collections is a bigger rise than even the two previous months: Georgia's revenue was up 4.7 percent in July and rose 3.8 percent in June -- over one year's time.