Bill to Strengthen Private Property Rights Met with Pushback in Rules Committee

A bill filed in the Georgia House that would restrict local government power and strengthen private property rights of landowners was met with strong opposition in the House Rules committee on Wednesday morning.

Tea Party co-founder endorses the Democrat in Public Service Commissioner runoff

Tea party activist endorses the Democrat for Public Service Commissioner

WATCH: New Ad Highlights Abrams’ Faith

The Democratic Party of Georgia has released a new television ad highlighting how Stacey Abrams' upbringing "shaped her ability to become a strong leader...

Kemp gets NRA endorsement, Abrams touts race will be about leadership

Endorsements come and rhetoric increases about leadership the as governor's race gets closer.

Libertarian Party of Georgia Reflects On Election Cycle, Cites Progress

From an official press release: The 2018 Libertarian candidates in Georgia may not have been the front runners, but voters who chose to support candidates...

Georgia Lawmakers Draft Legislation to Regulate Hemp Cultivation

Parameters for hemp cultivation include giving the GBI and law enforcement written consent to inspect your property at any time and $100,000 annual fee if you want a license to process hemp in Georgia.

Judge orders review of provisional ballots, election certification delay likely

Judge orders count of all provisional ballots amid Tuesday's certifcation

Marsy’s Law for Georgia – Amendment 4 – Gets Congressional Endorsements

The most controversial Constitutional Amendment set to be voted on by voters on November 6th has received endorsements from the national level. Amendment 4, known...

New Third-Country Asylum Rule Implemented, Restrictions Added

Once effective, the rule will place further restrictions on eligibility for illegal immigrants who seek asylum in the United States.

Ag leaders praise Farm Bill’s passage

Agricultural leaders give praise of the new farm bill legislation.