February 20 is Introduce a Girl to Engineering Day!
T-minus 5 and T-minus 15. That’s where things stand with the state legislature.
Thursday is Day 25 of the General Assembly’s 40-day session. And in five legislative days, lawmakers will observe Crossover Day on March. In 15 days, the session will end with a bang on March 20.
The Confederate flag is back in the news in Georgia.
Huffington Post film critic Jackie K. Cooper and harpist Betsy Fitzgerald join us to talk about fun things to do in Middle Georgia over the weekend and beyond.
Betsy's picks for Feb. 20:
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The issue of Medicaid expansion drew its first full-scale 2014 General Assembly hearing Wednesday. As expected, the arguments reflected the passions surrounding the Affordable Care Act, also known as Obamacare.
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It’s one of the questions our Working guy, Brandon Smith, gets most often: “I think my boss doesn’t like me. How can I tell?”
He says, bluntly, that’s because bosses are usually terrible communicators, and maybe slightly scared.
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A coalition of groups from the Atlanta Tea Party to the ACLU is calling on state lawmakers to reform Georgia’s civil forfeiture law.
It’s getting crowded at the state Capitol. Now you might be thinking, so what? Well, that’s a sign that we’re getting down to the nitty gritty of the session.
The State Board of Education voted Thursday to approve a resolution to allow local school districts across the state to decide if they will make up school days missed due to the recent winter storms.
Savannah officials are preparing to seek bids this week for a study to weigh future options for the Sand Gnats baseball stadium.
The CEO of the company that owns the minor league team wants the city to build a new ballpark to replace historic Grayson Stadium.
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More than one 100,000 Georgians are now enrolled in health coverage under the Affordable Care Act. A Senate committee voted Thursday to approve a bill that would ban those plans from covering abortions in the state. State Senator Judson Hill (R-Marietta) is sponsoring the bill.
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