Governor Nathan Deal recently signed House Bill 347 into law, cutting unemployment benefits to Georgians and increasing unemployment insurance taxes to businesses.
Every year Georgia seeks dedicated physicians to serve in rural communities, where access to healthcare is often limited.
Governor Nathan Deal signed legislation into law on Wednesday, May 2, letting Georgia’s growing video gaming industry keep state tax credits, but with new limitations.
Gov. Nathan Deal has signed Senate Bill 289, The Digital Learning Act, which is expected to make Georgia a national leader in online learning.
Governor Nathan Deal has signed into law House Bill 692, which revokes any salary increase or bonuses for Georgia teachers who personally falsified or caused falsification of students' standardized tests.
After 18 months of planning, designing and development, the new GeorgiaGov is now online.
The month of May brings the beginning of the farmer’s market season and the ability for Georgians to buy locally grown and raised goods.
Last year, more than a dozen tornadoes swept through northwest and central Georgia, killing 15 and injuring 143 others.
Gov. Nathan Deal signed into law House Bill 386, the Georgia Jobs and Family Tax Reform Plan, which cuts taxes for all Georgians and covers multiple types of tax eliminations.
Last spring, Governor Nathan Deal signed into law House Bill 101, which strengthens bicycle safety rules around the state.