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It was all but a foregone conclusion that the state of Georgia would extend the latter-day tradition of designated sales tax "holidays" for certain kinds of purchases.
The Georgia Department of Community Health announced Tuesday that it is looking to increase the number of companies participating in the State Health Benefit Plan and will offer more coverage options for state employees, including HMOs, beginning next year.
In 2 minutes, this video message explains why Karl Rove, "elite" GOP, the RNC and the RGA, are nervous as chickens in a poultry factory.
The City of Dacula will get a little larger on June 1, 2014 - 75 acres larger, to be exact.
Georgia's sales tax holidays will return this year. Today, Governor Nathan Deal signed a bill that sets 2 days for tax-free shopping on back to school items and three days for energy-efficient appliances.
Georgia Gov. Nathan Deal signed laws Monday meant to clarify development regulations on the state-owned island off the coast of Glynn County.
Gov. Nathan Deal currently is reviewing the hundreds of bills passed during this year's General Assembly session.
Once the new Second Harvest facility in Thomasville is up and running, it will be able to pump out 10,000 meals a day, and with the signing of a new bill by Governor Deal, thousands of dollars will be saved on purchases towards putting a stop to hunger.
Children in Georgia who suffer from seizures may be able to seek treatment using medical marijuana despite the bill failing in the Georgia legislature last month.
A four day event at VSU designed to help students prepare for life after college is now underway at the university.
Georgia state governor Nathan Deal signed a bill into law this morning that will provide $25 million in tax credits for video game developers in the region, according to a report published to the website of the Atlanta Journal-Constitution.
Members of a Governor Nathan Deal's child welfare panel are responding to his plan to privatize some of the child welfare system.
Gov. Nathan Deal signs Senate Bill 365 on Sunday during a special morning service at Antioch Baptist Church in Gainesville.
April 13-- At Antioch Baptist Church in Gainesville today, Gov. Nathan Deal signed into law Senate Bill 365, legislation that will help rehabilitated offenders successfully re-enter society by removing barriers to employment, housing and education.
But last month, at the end of the business day on Friday, March 7, three incumbent judges who serve on the Superior Court bench quietly celebrated another four years of wearing black robes.
Gov. Nathan Deal announced this week that Georgia's net tax collections for the month of March totaled $1.32 billion for an increase of nearly $144.5 million, or 12.3 percent, compared to the month-ended March 2013.