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A bill on fair health insurance and benefits for those facing mental health disorders moves closer to becoming law.
The Georgia state budget is a cause for concern for some legislators who believe the spending is too high.
In this episode, we take a look at state budget initiatives, new programs for elementary students, and new housing for college students.
The Georgia Senate Appropriations Committee is taking a different approach on the state budget for health care and mental health spending.
Georgia state Sen. Jeff Mullis is not running for reelection this year, ending his 22-year tenure, nine of which he served as the Senate Rules Committee chair. The Senate passed a resolution commending Mullis, and several lawmakers thanked him for his service and friendship.
Stacey Abrams filed suit to challenge a new leadership committee to allow her committee to raise and spend unlimited sums during her campaign.
Some felonies in Georgia are already bail restricted offenses. The proposal would expand that to include all felonies.
On this episode, the Fresh Take Georgia team discusses Crossover Day and gives an overview of which bills did or did not make the cut.
Luke Manget, an assistant professor of history at Dalton State College, conducted 10 years of research on the little-known history of the Appalachian ginseng trade and the intricacies of the shared economy.
The push to change parts of the election law raised alarms for voting rights groups.