The Georgia Transparency & Campaign Finance Commission, formerly known as the Georgia Ethics Commission, voted last week to increase the allowable donations for individuals and organizations during election cycles.
McAleenan: Nonpartisan Committee Report Recommendations Essential to Securing Our Border, Safety and Welfare of...
"The unprecedented surge in unaccompanied children and family unit migration is overwhelming our ability to provide humanitarian aid within our immigration system. The reasonable changes proposed by this nonpartisan panel, could dramatically reduce migration of family units from Central America, help eliminate dangerous and illegal border crossings, as well as improve the care of children who are brought on this harrowing journey."
The coalition, in comments filed late Monday, explained that the Administration’s proposal would restore reasonable, predictable lines between waters subject to federal regulation and those left to be regulated by the states.
The Georgia High School Association voted on Monday to prohibit home-school eligibility in sports and other GHSA-governed activities.
Our lawmakers are sent to Atlanta to represent their constituents and vote on behalf of their district. So why did one state representative skip 25% of the votes this session?
Do lawmakers under the Gold Dome agree on everything?
The group backed by former gubernatorial candidate Stacey Abrams has released a new ad opposing the heartbeat bill passed by the Georgia legislature just a few weeks ago.
Vice President Pence announced Wednesday that the United States is providing an additional $61 million in humanitarian assistance to support the regional response for the 3.4 million Venezuelans who have fled the man-made crisis in their country.
Congressman Hank Johnson of Georgia's 4th Congressional district has filed a bill with 45 cosponsors to suspend military aid to Honduras until the Honduran government investigates credible allegations of gross human rights violations by their security forces.
Whether or not Georgia Congresswoman Lucy McBath actually calls Georgia home has long been up for debate, but a trick used by a GOP group over the weekend has even more people believing the 6th district representative may still live in Tennessee.