Hamburger Mary's in Orlando, which has held drag performances since 2008, is asking the court to block the implementation of the state's new law, which the governor signed last week.
An amendment regulating backyard hens in the residential zone was passed by the Catoosa County Board of Commissioners, a decision that brought pledges to unseat the current board from the capacity crowd of Catoosa County chicken advocates.
Friday on Political Rewind: Sports gambling, Buckhead City, and Georgia's "Don't Say Gay" bills failed in the state Senate.
Meanwhile, the House passed an expanded mental health services bill.
Advocates of House Bill 191 argue higher tobacco taxes will reduce the number of smokers and save on health care costs, but other anti-smoking advocates say we need to do more to combat the physical, economical, and racist effects.
During a Senate Judiciary Committee hearing, lawmakers blasted tech companies that they said do little to keep kids safe from bullying, addiction and "rabbit holes of dangerous material."
A bill that would keep daylight saving time permanent for the entire nation is now stalled in Congress.
The chamber voted on a bill that would cap the price of insulin at $35 a month, but its fate in the Senate is unclear.
Adopting a child can be a complicated and even expensive process. But new laws are aimed at making it easier to adopt a child in Georgia, especially children in foster care.
The federal Access to Breast Cancer Diagnosis (ABCD) Act, S. 1067, aims to eliminate financial barriers that prevent women from getting the vitally important diagnostic imaging tests needed to confirm the presence of breast cancer.
Tuesday on Political Rewind: The Senate remains a stumbling block for efforts by President Joe Biden to pass the bills in his ambitious agenda. Many frustrated Democrats are raising once again the long-standing question of whether it’s time to end the rules that allow a minority in the Senate to thwart the majority’s will through the use of the filibuster.
Monday on Political Rewind: Georgia teachers are now eligible to be vaccinated against COVID-19. Officials hope the move will ensure schools across the state are able to keep their doors open for in-person classes. Also, legislators face an important deadline at the state Capitol. Crossover Day at the General Assembly means any legislation unable to pass out of either legislative chamber today is potentially dead until next year.
Wednesday on Political Rewind: Movement ensues on consequential bills in the Georgia General Assembly. The state Senate passed yesterday a first deluge of measures designed by Republicans to change how Georgians vote. The Senate bill requires increased proof of identity such as a photo identification or driver's license for absentee voting.
Georgia is one of four states without a hate crime law. In 2000, state legislators passed a law forbidding acts targeting victims due to "bias or...
The Georgia legislative session has begun. Among many bills in play: a sweeping plan to revitalize rural Georgia. This might mean paying people who move...
The city of Stockbridge has voted to ban smoking inside vehicles when children are present in a 3-2 vote during Monday night’s council meeting. The...