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This Week in GeorgiaGov:

Keeping Bears At Bay

July 17, 2012

Follow these easy tips to keep black bears away from your campsite.

Starting a Small Business in Georgia

July 16, 2012

Starting a small business in Georgia has recently become more attractive due to new tax breaks, loan guarantees and new partnerships with the state. These business incentives have helped Georgia earn top rankings in the number of new small businesses started and increases in entrepreneurial activity during the past decade.

New Secure Driver's Licenses and IDs

July 11, 2012

Launching its Secure ID program, the Department of Driver Services early last week began issuing new drivers' licenses and identification cards. Marked with a gold star in the upper right corner, these cards should enhance your license security and help protect you from identity theft.

Would You Like Better Roads for Georgia?

July 10, 2012

You can now do your part to make Georgia roads better. Voters will go to the polls on July 31 to vote on a 1% regional sales tax referendum.

Summer Safety for Kids

July 6, 2012

With temperatures hovering in triple digits, learn some tips to help you keep your children safe this summer.

Governor Deal Stops Increase in State Gasoline Tax

June 19, 2012

Governor Nathan Deal has issued an executive order to prevent the increase in the state’s gasoline tax scheduled to go into effect July 1.

Confronting Childhood Obesity

June 12, 2012

Fight childhood obesity with Georgia SHAPE from the Georgia Department of Public Health.

Atlanta Public Schools Pre-K Registration

October 15, 2018

If you live in Atlanta and your child will be 4 years old on or before September 4, you should consider enrolling your son or daughter in the free, full-day pre-kindergarten program offered through Atlanta Public Schools.

Get Real-Time Traffic Updates Through Twitter

June 6, 2012

Plan your trip with help from the Georgia Department of Transportation.

Top Consumer Myths

June 1, 2012

Consumers can lose thousands of dollars a year due to common misconceptions about their rights.

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