The Georgia Senate approved legislation last week that would let churches decide whether they want to allow weapons in their places of worship.
Georgia lawmakers are considering a plan that would nearly double the state's tax on cigarettes. Smokers and store owners are concerned, but health advocates are pushing for more.
Gov. Nathan Deal appointed Jody Whisenant of Gainesville to the State Board of Optometry.
A tax reform council has recommended changing the formula for Georgia's motor fuel tax - the bread and butter of the state's transportation budget.
Senior citizens are worried that proposals made by a tax council to revamp Georgia's tax code will do more harm than good for their wallets.
Senate and House representatives under Georgia's Gold Dome scrambled through nearly 100 bills Wednesday as they speed toward the end of the 2011 legislative session.
Carolyn Adams thinks a change in Georgia's taxes could work in the long run.
There aren't many certainties in life, but one thing you can count on is that people will always buy food.
Satellite subscribers, cell phone users and cable customers could see a jump in their bills if state lawmakers approve a proposal to change Georgia's tax code.
Statewide lawmakers soon will undertake the massive task of rewriting Georgia's tax code, leaving consumers worried about how it will hit their wallets.
Gov. Nathan Deal has appointed two Hall County men to serve on state boards.
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