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2A Supporters Angry Over Bipartisan Measure for Domestic Violence, TPOs

Second Amendment supporters are lashing out after seven Senate Republicans voted to pass a measure that limits firearm possession, without due process, of some Georgians without a conviction.

Breakdown: Georgia’s Casino Proposal Has No Specifics

There's no enabling legislation for the casino measure, so if voters approve it, the legislature will go back and decide how to license, regulate, and tax it.

Secretary Sonny Perdue: “Original Intent of SNAP: A Second Chance, Not A Way of...

"Despite the absence of any statutory changes to the welfare reform legislation of 1996, an abuse of administrative flexibility in SNAP has undermined the ideal of self-sufficiency. "

Abrams-backed Fair Fight Action Lawsuit Submits Over 200 Declarations from Voters Who Faced Obstacles...

Group says Declarations Highlight Undue Burden on Voters When Casting Ballots in 2018

Georgia Senate passes comprehensive health care reforms

The Georgia Senate addressed Georgia’s health care crisis with comprehensive reforms aimed at reducing costs, increasing access, and enhancing quality care.

Rep Jeff Jones: “Political Turmoil Ahead?”

"On Friday, February 22, 2019, I signed on to a resolution asking House Speaker David Ralston to voluntarily step down from his position as Speaker of the House of Representatives of the Georgia General Assembly.  This was not a decision taken lightly."

Bipartisan Senators Introduce Major Disaster Relief Package

“Now, it is up to Congress to follow through and pass this critical, bipartisan bill. Our farmers and rural communities cannot wait any longer for disaster relief. For some Georgia farmers, the timing of assistance will determine whether they put a crop in the ground ever again.”

Bill Seeks to Oversee Transitions to Homeschooling, Involve DFCS More Easily

Under a new bill filed in the Georgia House of Representatives, parents who want to pull their children out of public school to instead homeschool would have to provide additional documentation to the school and prove the transition is not to avoid legal obligations.

Senators Sound Alarm On $22 Trillion Debt Crisis

“The single greatest threat to our national security is our national debt.”

Hate Crime Bill Passes Out of House Committee in GA House

The measure seeks to toughen punishments for crimes committed “because of the actual or perceived race, color, religion, national origin, sexual orientation, gender, mental disability, or physical disability of such” by creating a new code section