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This Week in GeorgiaGov: Government

How To Order A State Flag

February 17, 2014

Buying a Georgia flag has never been easier.

Page Spotlight: The George-Komi Brothers

February 17, 2014

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.

2014 State of the Judiciary Address

February 5, 2014

Read a recap of the 2014 State of the Judiciary Address given by Chief Justice Hugh P. Thompson.

Visiting the Capitol During the Legislative Session

January 30, 2014

The Georgia Capitol opens its doors to visitors during the annual legislative session.

Social Media in Georgia Government

January 23, 2014

Connect with your Georgia government through social media! Agencies use social media to provide updates, facts, and breaking news, and it’s a great way for you to ask questions and voice concerns.

2014 State of the State Address

January 15, 2014

Governor Nathan Deal gave his State of the State Address on Wednesday, Jan. 15, 2014. In his speech, he focused on taxes, jobs, education and criminal justice reform.

Sen. Shafer Discusses the 2014 Legislative Session

January 14, 2014

Sen. David Shafer, President Pro Tempore of the Georgia Senate, reports the happenings of the Senate after Day One.

How to Get Your Needs Heard: Contacting Your State Legislators

January 10, 2014

Do you know a solution for a problem concerning Georgia government? Are you experiencing difficulty with a government process yourself? Learn how you can talk to your elected legislators and be heard.

Legislative Session Starts Today

January 10, 2014

The day has finally come. Today marks the first of 40 days for the 2014 Legislative Session.

How Will the Federal Government Shutdown Affect Georgia Government?

October 1, 2013

On Tuesday, Oct. 1, the US Congress announced a partial federal government shutdown. This shutdown will not affect state government operations. The Governor's Office of Planning and Budget explains how Georgia will react to this national stalemate.

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