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Governor-Elect Brian Kemp Announces Senior Staff for Executive Office

Governor-Elect Brian P. Kemp announced fourteen senior staff appointments who will work in the Governor’s Executive Office after his inauguration on January 14, 2019. "I...

Georgia lawmakers propose plan to help dyslexic children in Georgia schools

After meeting a number of times around the state, a group of Georgia lawmakers have recommended steps to help Georgia students with dyslexia. The Senate...

Portrait of Gov. Deal, Mrs. Deal unveiled at State Capitol

Gov. Nathan Deal was joined by First Lady Sandra Deal, chief of staff Chris Riley and House Speaker David Ralston this week to unveil...

Feminine Product Education, Sales Tax Exemption Among Priorities for GA Lawmakers

The Georgia legislature will convene for the 2019-2020 legislative session in just a few days but lawmakers have been prefiling legislation since December. Among...

Carr Announces Lawsuit Against Opioid Manufacturers and Distributors

The Office of Attorney General Chris Carr filed a lawsuit in the Superior Court of Gwinnett County on Thursday against opioid manufacturers and distributors*...

In advocating for Service Animal Reform in GA, Senator Misleads on Legislative Record

Self-Proclaimed Marijuana Advocate Wants Crackdown on Emotional Support Ferrets, Rats Senator Renee Unterman recently appeared on WABE’s “Closer Look” in December and while she was...

Private Prison Companies Paid More than $174k to Georgia Politicians, PACS in 2017-18

Amid a recent audit report released by the state which indicates private prisons in Georgia are costing more per inmate per day, AllOnGeorgia examined...

New Laws Now in Effect in Georgia

With the new year comes new laws that were passed by the Georgia legislature last year and have now taken effect. The majority of...

New audit says private prisons are not more cost-effective than state-run prisons

A new audit report released at the end of December indicates that privately run prisons are more costly for the state of Georgia than...

State Study Committee Recommends Georgia Schools Start Later

A state study committee has recommended that schools in Georgia return to school later than the current school calendars prescribe. The Senate Study Committee, which...