Georgia State Politics

Georgia State Politics

Mike Pence to visit Savannah, Georgia, for St. Patrick’s Day

Vice President Mike Pence to visit Savannah on St. Patrick's Day.

Sunday alcohol sales expansion heads to Georgia governor

A proposal to allow Georgians to purchase alcohol at restaurants and wineries on Sunday mornings is headed to the governor’s desk. House lawmakers voted 97-64...

Deal: February tax revenues up 4.8 percent

Gov. Nathan Deal announced last week that Georgia’s net tax collections for February totaled $1.23 billion, for an increase of nearly $55.9 million, or...

Girl Scouts want Georgia bridge named after founder

Georgia’s Girl Scouts may be earning a new badge for persistence. Standing beside a bipartisan group of legislators, a small group of scouts returned to...

WATCH: Hunter Hill Releases Second TV Ad

Hunter Hill has released his second ad in the Republican race for Governor of Georgia.

Sheriffs Show Support for Brian Kemp in Governor’s Race

24 Sheriffs and former Sheriffs from around the state joined in endorsing Secretary of State and Republican candidate for Governor Brian Kemp on Monday. From...

Hate crime legislation back on the table in Georgia

After two versions of hate crime legislation failed to make it out of their respective House committees, it seems hate crime legislation may become...

Carr Joins 54 Attorneys General in Supporting Victims of Child Pornography

Attorney General Chris Carr and a bipartisan group of 54 state and territorial attorneys general today called on congressional leaders to pass legislation supporting...

Long-serving Republican Ehrhart retiring from Georgia House

The Georgia House’s longest-serving Republican is retiring.

Georgia high court seeks to end excessive delays in appeals

Georgia’s highest court is instructing judges, lawyers and others to come up with a rule to prevent unnecessary delays in the criminal appeals process after seeing many cases that languished for 10 years or longer.