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Senate finance chairman says he doesn’t ‘see the math’ for tax...

A key lawmaker has cast further doubt on the prospects of another Georgia income tax cut in a year when serious cuts to mental...

State lawmakers question impact of proposed school cuts

Questions have emerged over what some proposed cuts to education spending may mean for the state’s low-performing schools and for state schools for the...

Georgia AG joins GOP colleagues in urging Senate to reject impeachment

Georgia Attorney General Chris Carr is among 21 attorneys general who are calling on the U.S. Senate to reject the Democrats' case against President...

Bookman: Kemp’s silence on refugee decision says plenty

Will Gov. Brian Kemp try to bar refugees from resettling in Georgia, using powers that were supposedly granted to him under terms of a...

Economy, 2018 tax cut, budget trims keep lid on Kemp’s spending...

Georgia Gov. Brian Kemp says he’s proud of the cuts he calls “common-sense savings” in his newly crafted state spending plan for next year. The...

Trump impeachment trial gets personal

WASHINGTON — Even before opening arguments were made in President Donald Trump’s impeachment trial in the U.S. Senate, things got testy.  U.S. House Democrats and...

Georgia’s junior senator burnishes conservative credentials in D.C.

WASHINGTON — Georgia Republican Sen. Kelly Loeffler is still learning her way around Capitol Hill. She was sworn in less than two weeks ago. She’s...

Lawmakers now challenged to budget money for teachers, income tax cuts

Gov. Brian Kemp’s proposed spending plan for next year includes some universally popular items – such as another pay raise for public school teachers...

State’s top teacher says proposed pay raises help make up for...

Atlanta Public Schools teacher Tracey Pendley said Gov. Brian Kemp’s proposed teacher pay hike for the second year in a row shows a strong...

Federal comments on Georgia Medicaid plan can shape results

The federal government wants to hear what Georgians think about a state proposal to subsidize health insurance for more state residents — who work,...
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