Lapsed law to assist women victims of violence ‘a real loss for survivors.’

WASHINGTON — For decades, the Violence Against Women Act was an issue that could transcend partisan politics on Capitol Hill. Not anymore. The landmark law —...

Georgia’s state agencies nearly recovered from last year’s cyberattack

About six months later and $750,000 poorer, Georgia is nearly back to normal after online attacks that blocked law enforcement officers and the public...

Agency head: ‘Painful’ cuts to mental health services due to budget crunch

The head of the state agency tasked with helping one of Georgia’s most vulnerable populations said Gov. Brian Kemp’s mandated budget cuts cannot be...

Kemps, law enforcement escalate sex trafficking fight

Georgia’s first couple has made a priority of fighting the selling of children for sex almost since the day they entered the governor’s mansion...

Georgia park projects axed as tax on outdoor gear comes up short

Funding set aside for conservation projects across the state evaporated unexpectedly after state budget writers dramatically reduced their revenue projection constitutionally set aside for...

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