GA Congressman Wants Commercial Vehicles Equipped with Automatic Braking

A second bill was also filed to raise the minimum liability coverage that truckers must have on their insurance.

CBP and Savannah Share a Common Heritage

U.S. Customs and Border Protection has its earliest roots in the founding of the U.S. Customs Service over 230 years ago, and “Georgia’s Port City” has played an important part in that history.

Commissioner of GA Department of Juvenile Justice Removed from Office

The Commissioner of the Georgia Department of Juvenile Justice has been removed from his post. 

SOS Office on Commission Report on 2018 Election: “Georgia Data Disproves Claims of Voter...

"This years report named Georgia as the number one state for automated voter registration and showed significantly higher percentages of accepted absentee and provisional ballots compared to previous elections– delivering a heavy blow to claims of voter suppression and inadequate ballot access."

Ga Congressman: Broadband is the dividing line for 24 Million Rural Americans

“Broadband access has become a dividing line between those twenty-four million rural Americans and the broadband-depended information services urban and suburban Americans take for granted.”

New Third-Country Asylum Rule Implemented, Restrictions Added

Once effective, the rule will place further restrictions on eligibility for illegal immigrants who seek asylum in the United States.

Barrow Picks Up A Number of Endorsements in GA Supreme Court Race

The position is nonpartisan and Barrow's first endorsement list includes a number of endorsements from district attorneys, sheriffs, and other elected officials from at least two political parties.

Georgia Senate Organizes 6 Study Committees for Legislative Off-Season

Senators in the Georgia Senate will meet over the next several months to discuss a number of issues slated for consideration during the next...

Mismanaged Victims Funds Span Across Entire Atlantic Judicial Circuit

An examination of all of the counties in the judicial circuit revealed inconsistent victim assistance fund management, disorganized record keeping, and funds directed to organizations the CJCC does not list as certified providers.  The circuit includes Bryan, Evans, Liberty, Long, McIntosh, and Tattnall counties.

Georgia Legislature Likely to Again Consider Merge of 3 HBCUs to Help Enrollment Numbers

Will the Georgia legislature push three Historically Black College & Universities (HBCU) in an effort to boost enrollment goals?