Federal Forest Service officials are studying the road system in the Chattahoochee National Forest and want to know which roads are most important to visitors. The U.S. Department of Agriculture Forest Service is accepting comments from anyone who's interested through April 13.
New study by the Kaiser Family Foundation says states are taking different steps to cope with loss of Medicaid funds. Stimulus money helped fund shortfalls in 2009 and 2010. Georgia received $1.4 billion in last two years.
A just-released study shows building new reservoirs in Georgia is not a long-term answer to the state’s growing water needs. The finding flies in the face of Governor-elect Nathan Deal’s reservoir -plan to solve Georgia’s water problems.
A 3 year study of seat belts on school buses found that it’s not the most cost effective way to prevent fatalities. The report released in Alabama Monday will be studied by Georgia lawmakers. The study was commissioned by Alabama Governor Bob Riley after 4 students died in a crash in Huntsville in 2006.