From Boy Scout to Senate Page: John Albert enjoyed his day at the Capitol.
Georgia students can participate in the Capitol's Page Program.
Learn about being a page for the Georgia State Senate--a task not seen by many but important to the flow of the legislative session.
Gov. Nathan Deal gave his State of the State Address on Wednesday, January 15, 2014. In his speech, he focused on taxes, jobs, education and criminal justice reform.
Sen. David Shafer, President Pro Tempore of the Georgia Senate, reports the happenings of the Senate after Day One.
The day has finally come. Today marks the first of 40 days for the 2014 Legislative Session.
Last Tuesday, Governor Nathan Deal finished signing all bills from the 2013 legislative session. He approved 340 measures, many of which aim to protect children, reform the justice system and spur economic development.
Yesterday, Governor Nathan Deal extended support to both businesses and veterans by signing House Bill 188 into law. The bill speeds professional licensing for veterans and their spouses.
Among the first bills Governor Nathan Deal signed during this legislative session are ones that change voting law to allow nonpartisan elections for the new Macon-Bibb County government.
Georgia legislative session is only 40 days in length, and today, Crossover Day, holds significance for several reasons.