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Georgia's House speaker proposes funding to increase salaries for prosecutors and public defenders and support the capacity of the Georgia Bureau of Investigation.
The Georgia House Public Safety and Homeland Security Committee convened Monday morning to question multiple law enforcement agencies about the recent rise in crime seen in cities across the state.
Georgia Gwinnett College professor strives to help his students succeed in one college's hardest subjects.
According to an analysis by the Georgia Budget and Policy institute, a result of the monthly tax credit increase has lifted nearly 700,000 Georgia kids near or above the poverty line as of July 15.
The Georgia Access to Medical Cannabis Commission took a step toward approving cannabis cultivation licenses on Wednesday evening, but stopped short of announcing winners.
Investigators believe a golf pro was shot to death on the course at his country club in the Atlanta suburbs because he witnessed a “crime in progress,” police said Tuesday.
Tropical Storm Elsa gathered strength and was likely to become a hurricane before coming ashore in Florida, weather forecasters said Tuesday.
New Georgia law aims to control porch piracy and mail theft by classifying certain degrees of this crime as felonies.
Gwinnett County held its first ever government-organized Pride Event at the Justice and Administration Center.
Apprehensive patients on Georgia's Low THC Oil registry await announcement on production licenses for growers to begin growing cannabis.

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