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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.
The 'Georgia Lemonade Act' would exempt children under the age of 18 from acquiring a license or permit to sell lemonade or other products.
Legislation that would have authorized government-sanctioned camps for homeless people across Georgia was stripped of that language Thursday before it passed the state Senate on a 49-7 vote.
An Athens homeless camp offers residents an opportunity to find permanent housing as state law makers propose government-sanctioned camps statewide.
Remembrances and well-wishes for former President Jimmy Carter quickly began to roll in after it was announced Carter had entered hospice care.
Georgia bill enforcing bans on public camping by homeless people moves forward in state senate.
The restored area of the Atlanta BeltLine has driven housing prices up, making Atlanta one of the top housing markets to watch in 2023.

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