Georgia Attorney General Wants Automatic Student Loan Discharge of Disabled Vets

Georgia's chief lawyer is lobbying for the student loans of disabled veterans to be automatically discharged and for collection efforts on those in default to halt immediately.

GA Woman Appointed as Regional Administrator for EPA

She started her career working in the Georgia Governor's Office of Planning and Budget and has served in various roles in Georgia state government. 

Isakson & Perdue Both Back Anti-Robocall Legislation

Georgia's U.S. Senators voted in favor of bipartisan legislation to combat illegal robocalls on Thursday.

WikiLeaks Founder Julian Assange Charged in 18-Count Superseding Indictment

Charges Related to Illegally Obtaining, Receiving and Disclosing Classified Information

Former Georgia County Commissioner Indicted on Extortion and Bribery Charges

Sharon Barnes Sutton, 59, of Stone Mountain, Georgia, was arraigned on an indictment that charges her with two counts of extortion and one count of federal program bribery

Governor Kemp Names 15 Appointments

Kemp named fifteen (15) appointments to five (5) boards and commissions, including the Georgia Department of Economic Development Board of Directors, Board of Community Affairs, State Board of the Technical College System of Georgia, Georgia Student Finance Commission Board of Commissioners, and Georgia Composite Medical Board.

Senator David Perdue: The Budget Law Is A Disaster

“The Budget Act of 1974 was never going to work, and it’s taken 45 years for Congress to try to fix it.”

Georgia Republicans Select New Leadership

Georgia Republicans gathered Friday and Saturday in Savannah for their state convention to select new leadership for the next two years.

Late Sen. John McCain Will Be Honored Posthumously as a 2019 “Father of the...

Former United States Senator John McCain will be honored posthumously at this year's Father of the Year Awards.

Ga Congressman Drops Legislation to Improve Energy Efficiency in Federal Buildings

The legislation also ensures that major renovations to existing facilities achieve 30 percent less energy use than the current requirements, which is in line with the standards for new federal buildings.