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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.

Delta courted by states amid Georgia tax break threat

The Georgia Legislature looks to block a $40 million-dollar tax break amid Delta's announcement about the airline's decision to no longer honor discounts for...

GA General Assembly completes special session, approves hurricane relief & jet fuel tax credit

Special session concludes - hurricane relief and jet fuel tax incentives pass.

Health care plans: Candidates for governor unveil plans to Georgia voters

The candidates tout the health care plans before Georgia voters.

WATCH: Democrats Release First TV Ad of General Election, Focus on Candidates

Here's the ad the Democrats are running in Atlanta media markets. Coming soon to Augusta, Savannah, and Macon.

ACLU of Georgia files lawsuit on absentee ballot signature-matching law

ACLU of GA files lawsuit against Secretary of State's Office over signature matching law.

GA lawmaker wants ‘sexual orientation’, ‘gender identity’ added to protected class list

The bill would regulate private establishments and bar discrimination on the basis of sexual orientation, gender identity, and age. The bill also creates a new code section to provide for court remedies

3 Gubernatorial Candidates Comment on Canceled Debate

The final debate for the gubernatorial candidates ahead of Tuesday's election was set for Sunday night, but is now canceled. Abrams and Kemp continue to...

Georgia Insurance Commissioner Indicted by Federal Grand Jury

Georgia's state insurance commissioner has been indicted by a federal grand jury on 38 charges.

Georgia Legislative District Ordered to Re-Do Election

A judge has ordered a primary election 're-do' for two Republican state house candidates after a series of questions and a lawsuit arose over the integrity of the election.