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Georgia brick-and-mortar pharmacists have the upper hand for now over out-of-state mail-order prescription drug companies in a tug of war that has erupted in the General Assembly.
That has become the all-too-familiar refrain for what was once black America's most admired family, hasn't it? Now, the Kings are demanding a say in a nascent movement by the state of Georgia to place a statue of Martin Luther King Jr. on its Capitol grounds.
Central Georgia's unemployment rate continues to dip, falling from 7.8 to 7.7 percent from December to January.
An aspiring model and singer from Detroit is facing murder charges after a northwest Georgia convenience store clerk was found stabbed to death.
The highest officials in Georgia's Episcopal Diocese signed a letter on Tuesday urging the state legislature to abandon its push to allow guns in churches.
The bill's language was tweaked to provide immunity to Georgians found in possession of cannabis oil the bill's sponsor is looking to legalize to treat certain illnesses like seizures.
In Colorado, state treasurer Walker Stapleton starred in a slick video to raise awareness about the millions of dollars his office holds that belongs to current and former Coloradoans.
Cindy Zeldin of Georgians for a Healthy Future addresses a Cover Georgia rally at the state Capitol Tuesday, urging the state to expand Medicaid.
Georgia is now officially calling for a convention of the states to propose an amendment to the U.S. Constitution, under Article V, with the passage of Senate Resolution 736.
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A Georgia teen charged as an accomplice in the fatal shooting of a 13-month old boy wants his trial moved to juvenile court.
Republican lawmakers are abandoning a proposal that would have let people carry firearms on college campuses if they were willing to pay a $100 penalty.
The Georgia Legislature today approved a measure that allows police to ticket those driving too slowly in the left lanes on the state's highways and interstates.
I ran into a set of teachers at the capitol a few weeks ago who were protesting the state insurance plan.
A bill requiring food stamp and welfare recipients to submit to drug testing if suspected of illegal drug use has taken another step forward in the Georgia General Assembly.
A physician with a yearslong relationship with the Georgia Department of Corrections has bought a 700-bed former prison for $50,000 - half its appraised value - and stands to make millions running it as a nursing home for old and sick parolees.