On this week's episode, we look at how Georgia's top candidates are talking about local and national economic issues.
With the economy, fears of inflation, and the constant blame of President Joe Biden’s policies tagged to Democrats across America during the midterm election season, Georgia Democrat Stacey Abrams unveiled her economic plan.
Georgia’s sex education rules, part of the state board of education’s overall health and physical education policy, require schools to teach AIDS prevention and abstinence, but many other specifics — such as who will teach it, when and how — are left up to the discretion of each of the state’s 181 school districts.
Senate Democrats from across the country are cheering the passage of a massive spending bill that puts billions toward climate change and aims to crack down on prescription drug prices.
A state Senate study committee heard from nonprofit and state agencies about a homelessness problem that’s been complicated by out-of-control housing costs, bureaucratic red tape and disagreements over the best ways to help.
The Republican Senate nominee has made conflicting claims for months — and still hasn't agreed to three debates with his opponent.
Georgia recently joined 22 other states in a lawsuit against the U.S. Department of Agriculture. They’re pushing back against federal guidelines around school lunch funding as schools open across Georgia.
A lack of funding in core public health programs slowed the response to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic and exacerbated its impact, according to a new report from Trust for America's Health — and the pattern is repeating in the latest monkeypox outbreak.
Georgia’s new abortion law and controversial personhood language will create a flurry of confusion that experts argue will likely tie up state courts with challenges.
Abortion access is poised to take center stage in Democrats’ campaign to beat Republicans on the ballot in November after the state’s strict abortion law took effect.
On this episode, conspiracies and community pride collide after someone bombed the iconic Georgia Guidestones in Elberton.
Just in time for National Minority Mental Health Awareness Month comes a new national crisis help line: 988. Many mental health care advocates say this could be a literal lifeline for people of color who experience a mental health crisis.
A federal judge ruled Wednesday that Georgia’s 2019 abortion law can immediately take effect after the Supreme Court abolished nearly half a century of abortion rights protections.
Disparities in overdose deaths were highest among Black and Indigenous people.
Georgia Democrats in Congress are pushing for a $35 cap on co-pays for insulin to offer some financial relief for millions who rely on the drug to survive. But the proposal faces obstacles in the U.S. Senate.