State Politics

Georgia Republicans hopeful that state can reinstitute fetal heartbeat law that restricts abortion

(The Center Square) — Friday’s U.S. Supreme Court ruling on abortion could allow Georgia to reinstitute its fetal heartbeat law.

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Reynolds Out as Director of Georgia Bureau of Investigation

Vic Reynolds will no longer be the Director of the Georgia Bureau of Investigation following an announcement made by Governor.

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State attorneys general ask Department of Justice to investigate violence against pro-life groups

(The Center Square) — The attorneys general of 19 states want the U.S. Department of Justice to investigate what they.

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Georgia congressman wants to prevent cancellation of federal student loan debt

(The Center Square) — A Georgia congressman wants to bar President Joe Biden and the federal government from canceling student.

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Report gives Georgia low marks for high total unfunded pension liabilities

(The Center Square) — Georgia ranks among the worst states nationwide for its total unfunded pension liabilities, a new report.

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Georgia’s Metropolitan Atlanta Rapid Transit Authority approves $1.3B budget

(The Center Square) — The Metropolitan Atlanta Rapid Transit Authority board has approved a $1.3 billion fiscal 2023 budget. The budget’s.

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Taxpayers provide tax breaks for $120M vertical farm project in Georgia

(The Center Square) — An industry-leading vertical farming company is investing $120 million in a new Covington facility. The new.

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Georgia Democrats want Kemp to convene special session to examine state’s gun laws

(The Center Square) — Georgia Democrats want Gov. Brian Kemp to convene a special legislative session so lawmakers can revisit.

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Ben & Jerry’s Launches Billboard Campaign in Georgia to ‘Support Trans Youth’

Vermont-based Ben & Jerry’s announced recently that the company is placing billboards in Georgia to combat what it calls ‘anti-trans.

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ACLU says Georgia’s new voting law is a burden for local governments, state officials disagree

(The Center Square) — The delayed certification of DeKalb County’s May 24 election is proof that Georgia’s new voting law.

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