Wednesday on Political Rewind: A bill meant to expand Georgia's mental health services faces pushback in the state Senate. Plus, the House rejects Kemp's proposal to boost funding for HOPE Scholarship recipients. Meanwhile, presidential hopeful Nikki Haley proposes raising the retirement age.
Thursday on Political Rewind: The Georgia House is set to pass a 2024 budget that increases investment in law enforcement and public safety, including funds to address concerns in Buckhead. Meanwhile, opponents of the planned Atlanta police training center are accusing police of heavy-handed tactics.
The bill asks to create a fund to purchase conservation easements for agricultural land.
Georgia homeowners could soon see a one-time homestead exemption after the state saw record surplus.
A joint study on the future of electric transportation in Georgia delivered a series of recommendations this week, but some proposals were tabled for legislators to decide on later.
The Mental Health Parity Act is headed to the governor’s desk after both the House and the Senate passed the bill unanimously on Wednesday.
The Georgia House passed three controversial Republican education bills on Friday, despite fierce opposition from Democrats.
The Georgia General Assembly is suspending the 2020 legislative session indefinitely after Friday, March 13, out of an "abundance of caution and in the...
State Rep. Jay Powell (R-Camilla) passed away Monday after collapsing at a House Republican caucus leadership retreat in north Georgia, according to a...
On this edition of Political Rewind, 6th District Congresswoman Karen Handel is tapped to help other GOP candidates for congress on how to run for...