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Georgia schools face shortage of school bus drivers and challenges in the future of transporting students
Marietta Police Department has launched mental health units that may lead to more programs implemented statewide
Gov. Kemp recently signed into law a measure that requires local school boards to approve “high-quality instructional materials” to help boost literacy among students.
For the past two years, Georgia lawmakers have weighed bipartisan legislation aimed at wiping out hunger by aiding food pantries and helping grocery stores open in needy areas.
Another pay raise for Georgia teachers may or may not alleviate teacher shortages across the state.
Georgia lawmakers target feminine hygiene products that studies reveal to have ‘forever chemicals’
Gov. Brian Kemp has signed into law stiffer penalties for Georgia businesses failing to post the National Human Trafficking Hotline number. The new law, Kemp said, makes “Georgia a hostile place for traffickers but a safe haven for victims.”
Georgia’s only Jewish state lawmaker pledged to press on after a bill meant to protect Jewish Georgians from hate crimes failed.
Efforts to install a monument of Georgia native Clarence Thomas at the Georgia Capitol have stalled for the second year in a row.
After surging in popularity during the COVID-19 pandemic, illegal street racing persists in metro Atlanta. The Georgia General Assembly is pushing for new bipartisan bill to put an end to illegal street racing.

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