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When Stacey Abrams first ran for governor in 2018, her personal finances were questioned but Abrams now reaches millionaire status.
Georgia lawmakers agreed on Monday on a budget to boost spending in K-12 education, universities, mental health and public safety.
Gov. Brian Kemp signed a new mental health bill into law Monday that will help health care systems and improve Georgia's ranking for mental-health services.
White man and two black men talking to each other
Voters will decide in November's election if they want to legalize gambling in Georgia.
Georgia Senate chambers with ornate antique furniture and traditional architecture
A bill on fair health insurance and benefits for those facing mental health disorders moves closer to becoming law.
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The Georgia state budget is a cause for concern for some legislators who believe the spending is too high.
Georgia Senate Appropriations Committee Chairman Blake Tillery talks to the media on June 17, 2020, at the Georgia Capitol in Atlanta. Tillery’s committee on Wednesday, March 23, 2021 approved a proposed $53 billion state budget for the year beginning July 1, 2022. (Jeff Amy/AP Photo)
The Georgia Senate Appropriations Committee is taking a different approach on the state budget for health care and mental health spending.
Stacey Abrams filed suit to challenge a new leadership committee to allow her committee to raise and spend unlimited sums during her campaign.
The push to change parts of the election law raised alarms for voting rights groups.
Georgia Senators failed to pass a bill that would use public education funds to create private school voucher scholarships for Georgia students.