Maddy Frey of Atlanta and Tom Tjomstol of Woodstock, Georgia are strangers with different political views who came together to record a conversation.
It’s been 3 years since the NPR Politics Podcast last hosted a taping in Georgia, and this Thursday, October 20, the show is coming back just in time for another election to discuss the latest on the local and national midterm races, the big political news and issues in Georgia.
If students want to better understand the work of the Special Counsel, these resources are available to support their inquiry into the work of government commissions.
To help students (and adults) better understand state government, GPB is launching a new digital mini series, “Peach State Politics.”
Discover the life and legacy of Jimmy Carter, the first and only US President from Georgia.
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Last week, the Georgia House passed a billion dollar transportation package. For some house members, voting in favor of the bill was a risk. Speaker Ralston is prepared to defend them.
Earlier this week, you
Georgia’s 2015 legislative session began last week with Governor Nathan Deal’s inauguration for a second term in office. Who are the main players driving the lawmaking agenda, what are the challenges they’ll face?
Crystal Williams is a