Lawsuit requiring Georgia to use paper ballots in next election moves forward

A lawsuit filed against Georgia Secretary of State Brian Kemp which would require Georgia to move to paper ballots before the November election will be heard in front of a judge, a notable win for those concerned about the current security of Georgia's voting systems.

New Georgia adoption law now in effect

The first reforms to the state's adoption laws in over 30 years are now law.
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Georgia Attorney General Issues Statement on Abuse in the Catholic Church

"As Attorney General of Georgia and a Roman Catholic myself, I am concerned and angered by continued reports of abuse in the Catholic Church. In addition, I remain deeply troubled by the overall response to this crisis by leadership of the Church. "

Newspaper tariffs lifted on small newspapers in Georgia and nation

Newspaper tariffs reversed. Georgia U.S. Senator Isakson applauded measure.

Georgia’s U.S. Senators applaud appointment of St. Simons judge to U.S. court seat

St. Simons judge appointed to U.S. District Court seat in Savannah.

Kemp says Georgia must lead in tourism

Kemp wants to help make Georgia tourism stronger.

Perdue Family Says VP Pence Will Visit Georgia Again Before Election

Vice President Mike Pence will visit Georgia again ahead of the November election, according to two high-ranking Georgia politicains - Sonny and David Perdue.

WATCH: Brian Kemp Releases First TV Ad of General Election

Republican gubernatorial candidate Brian Kemp has released his first television advertisement of the general election - an ad the campaign titled “Ahead.” The commercial touches...

Georgia’s Senators file amendment to correct child lead-poisoning on military bases

A new report states that lead is poisoning children on U.S. military bases and one Georgia military base is included in the report.

Georgia’s U.S. Senator Perdue praises passage $675B defense budget bill, shutdown looms

Perdue praise passage of defense spending bill and he is pushing for more work to be done.