Isakson, Perdue Offer Comments on President Trump’s SOTU

What did Georgia's two U.S. Senators have to say about President Trump's speech?

Senator Perdue, and others, take action against Iranian-Backed terrorist groups

Perdue works with Senators Rubio and Cruz to sanction Iranian militias working in Iran and Syria.

Kemp Campaign: Public Ballot Numbers, Election Results “Prove” No Recount or Run-Off

The Kemp campaign released a statement Saturday in response to the claims by the Abrams campaign and the Democratic Party of Georgia that the...

Bill Seeks to Protect Religious Views, Voluntary Prayer in Public Schools

A bill filed in the Georgia legislature seeks to prohibit discrimination of public school students and teachers on the basis of religious viewpoints or expression.

Georgia Southern student named legislative director for Georgia Association of Nursing Students

Georgia Southern University student Elizabeth Hartley will have the opportunity to be a voice for nursing students around the state after being named a...

Voter Registration Deadline for November Election is Tuesday

The deadline to register to vote in Georgia in order to vote in the November 6 General Election is quickly approaching. Eligible persons have until...

COLUMN: Let Physicians Practice Medicine Without Government Interference

OPINION: A South Georgia doctor weighs in on the medical cannabis proposition to allow in-state cultivation for the purposes of manufacturing low-THC CBD oil in the Peach State.

Lt. Gov Candidate: “I’m not sure ‘Governor Kemp’ will make it 4 years” in...

One candidate for Lieutenant Governor spoke at a campaign event over the weekend and in discussing the role of the Lieutenant Governor said she...

2 GA Congressmen Back Legislation to Prevent Fraudulent Use of Social Security Numbers by...

"It's unbelievable that the IRS knows illegal immigrants are using American's Social Security numbers but refuses to do anything about it," said Carter. 
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Georgia Successful in Blocking WOTUS Rule

The U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Georgia granted summary judgment in favor of Georgia and 9 other states in their lawsuit challenging the Obama Administration’s 2015 Waters of the United States (WOTUS) Rule.