State Politics

Report reveals ‘shocking long-term gaps in federal oversight’ over prison deaths

(The Center Square) — The Department of Justice’s tally of how many people died while in custody missed hundreds of.

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Report: Georgia’s election integrity measures rank second nationally

(The Center Square) — Georgia ranks second in the country for its election integrity measures, an analysis found. According to the.

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Georgia nonprofit connected to Warnock to receive federal COVID relief money to fight homelessness

(The Center Square) — Georgia is giving more than $62.4 million in federal COVID relief money to groups fighting homelessness.

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Georgia’s Kemp plans to spend $100M in federal COVID-19 relief funds for law enforcement

The Center Square) — Another day, another dollar dispersed. Georgia’s governor is again turning to federal COVID-19 relief money to.

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Georgia policy groups say Biden plan to forgive student loan debt ‘simply transfers the burden to taxpayers’

(The Center Square) — President Joe Biden’s plan to forgive some federal student loan debt received a lukewarm reaction from.

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Federal judge refuses to issue injunction in Georgia’s ban on ‘line relief’ at polling places

(The Center Square) — Opponents of a state voting law say they plan to continue their fight after a federal.

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Ossoff Doubles Down on Inquiry into Hours-Long Traffic Delays Due to Trains

U.S. Senator Jon Ossoff is pushing for additional investigation into traffic challenges at railroad crossings across Georgia. This week, Ossoff launched.

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Georgia lawmaker would support more funding for Georgia medical board to bolster inspector ranks

(The Center Square) — A Georgia lawmaker will support additional funding for the Georgia Composite Medical Board to hire additional.

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Georgia Joins 22-State Suit Over Interstate Travel & Masks

Attorney General Chris Carr has joined 22 states in filing an amicus brief in support of ending the Biden administration’s.

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Decision awaited in lawsuit that could block Georgia’s fetal heartbeat law from taking effect

(The Center Square) — A Fulton County judge could soon decide whether to block the state’s fetal heartbeat law from.

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