ATLANTA - Nathan Deal signed his first bill as governor Thursday, wrapping up the first half of the 2011 General Assembly session.
The Government Transparency and Campaign Finance Commission recommends an ethics complaint against Lt.
Gainesville resident Amy Stowers is one parent who doesn't want to see cuts to the state's pre-kindergarten program.
For Martha Nesbitt, it was a complete surprise.
Georgia's high school and college students are evaluating their grades and finances after Gov. Nathan Deal announced changes to the lottery-funded HOPE scholarship Tuesday.
Gov. Nathan Deal and top state lawmakers are planning cuts to Georgia's HOPE scholarship program, leaving higher education officials and students curious about what's coming next.
Despite an early start with little opposition, the issue of Sunday alcohol sales is likely dead for this year's legislative session.
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