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The End of the 2014 Legislative Session: Six New Laws Explained

May 1, 2014

Take a look at some of the bills signed into law you might not have heard about.

5 Signed Bills Explained: Tax Credits and Prison/Veteran Reforms

April 17, 2014

From tax credits on food banks to helping ex-offenders find jobs to specializing courts for veterans, Governor Deal has been busy these last few weeks making Georgia a leaner and more responsive state government.

American Indian Burial Site Laws: If I find it, can I keep it?

April 14, 2014

If you find a historical artifact regarding American Indians on your property, is it legally yours?

Probate Court In Georgia

April 7, 2014

Make your visit to probate court easier by having your forms filled out.

Becoming a Law: The Governor's Role

March 31, 2014

Even though legislators hold a major roll in creating bills during the legislative session, a bill can't officially become a law without the governor's help.

The 2014 Legislative Session in Review: What Passed and What Didn't

March 27, 2014

On March 20, Georgia concluded the shortest session for the state legislature in recent memory. Take a look at what bills made it through both chambers, now awaiting a signature from the Governor.

Doorkeeper Spotlight: Roy Ethridge

March 25, 2014

Amid the hustle and bustle of the Capitol during legislative session, there are a few pillars of stability that keep watch over the doors to the Senate. These alert watchmen are the doorkeepers.

Doorkeepers: The Gateway to the State Senate

March 18, 2014

Unknown to many, 10 people in the Georgia State Senate control the flow of the session in ways you’ve never imagined.

A Day in the Life: Senate Intern

March 12, 2014

Follow Gregory Bieger as he walks us through his daily job of being an intern for the Senate Press Office.

Read Across Georgia: Building a Strong Foundation for the Future

March 6, 2014

The State of Georgia kicked-off “Read Across Georgia” month in March, an initiative launched by First Lady Sandra Deal to raise literacy proficiency levels among Georgia’s youth.

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