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Georgia's 2014 General Election

October 21, 2014

Don't be late for this important date. We head to the polls on Tuesday, November 4, 2014.

The Jekyll Island Master Plan: A Case Study in Collaboration

October 16, 2014

Each year, more than a million people visit Jekyll Island, a state-owned coastal barrier island and “the nearest faraway place” for many Georgians.

Quick Facts about Enterovirus D-68

October 14, 2014

Children across the United States, including Georgia, are at risk for Enterovirus D68.

State Offices Closed Monday

October 10, 2014

Columbus Day is Monday, October 13.

Dr. Crawford Williamson Long: Georgia's Medical Pioneer

October 9, 2014

Can you imagine getting your tonsils taken out without anesthesia? Luckily, we'll never have to endure such discomfort thanks to the work of Dr. Crawford Williamson Long.

National Cyber Security Awareness Month

October 7, 2014

Learn more about what Georgia is doing for National Cyber Security Awareness Month.

League of Women Voters of Georgia: Making an Educated Decision

October 2, 2014

Do you know Annie G. Wright? Emily C. MacDougald? Hint: They played an important role in our Georgia history!

Georgia Rockcress Declared a Threatened Species

September 30, 2014

Only 5,000 Georgia Rockcress plants exist, making it a threatened species in the state.

DCH v. DHS v. DPH

September 23, 2014

Learn the difference between these three slightly confusing acronyms and the social service agencies they represent.

The 12th Time's the Charm

September 16, 2014

Some states surrounding Georgia have had the same ruling documents since the 19th century. Tennessee has only had 3 state constitutions. Alabama, Florida and South Carolina have all had 6. Georgia, on the other hand, has had a few more...

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