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In a session that was meant to be easy, breezy and controversy-free, the state Legislature is having its share of hiccups.

First, it was the storm dubbed ‘SnowJam’ at the end of January...

A new House member from Cherokee County is engulfed in quite the firestorm after introducing a bill that would eliminate restrictions keeping sex offenders away from areas such as playgrounds and...

On Friday, we told you that the halls of the state Capitol were getting crowded in a sure sign that the legislative session was moving toward the final, frenzied weeks. Here’s another sign: the...

Back in the day, bullies operated in the schoolyard.

When they got the internet, they were able to operate pretty much anywhere; and in Georgia, schools' hands are often tied when it comes...

The State Board of Education voted Thursday to approve a resolution to allow local school districts across the state to decide if they will make up school days missed due to the recent winter...

The clock on the 2014 Georgia General Assembly session is running down and the stakes are going up.

That’s not unusual, as sessions go. But this year, those stakes are as high as they can...

Georgia craft brewers had hoped this would be their year.

They’ve been lobbying state legislators to loosen regulations that some say are stifling their industry, but for now it seems...

The Obama Administration is, again, delaying implementation of a part of the Affordable Care Act that requires employers to provide health insurance to their workers (or, potentially, face...

What kind of storm preparation do Georgians want to pay for? That’s what Your GPB News Now correspondent is wondering, as we await another blast of ice, snow and freezing temperatures. It’s coming...

Religious issues in workplaces have been popping up in the news in recent months, prompting questions about how much faith employees can practice at work.

A judge ruled in favor of a Sikh...

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