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Georgia House Bill 990 started out the week as what its sponsor called a "straightforward, one-paragraph proposal" that required legislative approval of any expansion of the Georgia Medicaid program.
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The 123,000-square-foot grocery store is the first tenant in Gainesville's newest shopping center, New Holland Marketplace, which is off Jesse Jewell and Limestone parkways near Interstate 985.
Georgia Gov. Nathan Deal is vowing to press on with deepening Savannah Harbor even if President Barack Obama's budget proposal for 2015 doesn't include construction funds for the project.
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 Georgia Senate voted Wednesday to allow the first monument to the late civil rights leader and Nobel Peace Prize winner Martin Luther King Jr. on the state Capitol grounds.
If you've ever been stuck behind a person driving too slowly in the fast lane, the Georgia Legislature is here for you: Its "slowpoke" bill would require anyone driving on a divided highway to move to the right when a faster car approaches from behind - even if the "slowpoke" is actually going the speed limit.
A statue of the Ten Commandments stands outside the Texas state capitol building.
The push for federal funding to deepen the Port of Savannah has Georgia politicians in a tizzy, but the issue isn't resonating with voters.
March 12--When it comes to the all-important water litigation, Georgia has always acquired the heaviest legal artillery -- big, wealthy, politically connected law firms -- to argue its side.
Georgia First Lady Sandra Deal reads to a group of students at Mission Road Elementary School as part of the Read Across Georgia program.
The Georgia Department of Veterans Services says Gov. Nathan Deal is scheduled to honor 12 Georgians who were awarded the Congressional Medal of Honor for their service in the Vietnam War on March 25. Officials say Deal will issue a proclamation declaring March 29 as Vietnam Veterans Day in Georgia.
Georgia has played host to the world's busiest passenger airport for 15 straight years.
Bulloch County and some neighboring counties will be reimbursed for at least two-thirds of the cost of damages from the ice storm last month after President Barack Obama approved a disaster declaration request from Gov. Nathan Deal for 39 counties.
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The Senate passed the fiscal year 2015 general budget on Thursday, totaling $20.8 billion.
With record-breaking cold spells strangling much of the country this winter, severe snowfalls and ice storms have been a burden not only on commuters and first responders, but also on the trees and vegetation.