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This Week in GeorgiaGov:

Bicycling Safely On Georgia Roadways

April 18, 2012

The law requires safety, but learn how to do your part in keeping the streets bicycle-friendly.

Charter Schools Bill left for Voters

April 13, 2012

Earlier this year, House Resolution 1162 passed the State Senate and House, placing the Constitutional amendment to allow state officials to create charter schools in the hands of Georgia voters this fall. 

Check Your Tax Refund

April 10, 2012

Waiting for your state tax refund? Track the status of your refund online with the Georgia Department of Revenue.

Apply for Fall Internships at the Capitol

March 29, 2012

For college juniors or seniors, graduate students and law students, completing an internship at the Capitol offers an opportunity to see firsthand the inner workings of state government and at the same time to professionally develop.

Understanding & Preventing Foreclosures

March 29, 2012

Facing foreclosure? State agencies can help you understand and help prevent it from happening.

Getting a Library Loan ParkPass

March 27, 2012

As summer approaches, your family may want to get outdoors and visit a local state park. If you don’t already hold a ParkPass or Historic Site Pass, you can head to your local library to check both passes out, just like you would check out books.

Applying for Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF)

March 27, 2012

Learn how to apply for welfare, monthly monetary assistance for struggling families with children.

Becoming a Police Officer

March 27, 2012

Learn the steps it takes to become a certified police officer.

Finding a Doctor

March 27, 2012

Learn what resources state and federal agencies offer to help you find a doctor.

Kemp Alerts Georgia Corporations about Solicitations

March 20, 2012

Corporations, beware: Secretary of State Brian Kemp's office has received complaints about a firm offering to complete corporate meeting minutes on behalf of Georgia corporations for a fee.

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