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Georgia's behavioral health agency has record levels of funding as a result of the CARES Act aid supplied by the federal government.
The University System of Georgia regents appoint new chancellor.
The U.S. Justice Department is suing Georgia over the state's new controversial election laws.
Georgia Democrats and Republicans are gearing up for the upcoming redistricting process when state lawmakers will be drawing the new boundaries.
A possible tax increase could be coming to East Cobb residents if potential cityhood movements are successful.
Cobb County NAACP has first annual Juneteenth celebration.
A Cobb County ordinance prohibiting more than two unrelated people from living in a single- family residence that has hampered housing options for many students could change.
Monday’s visit kicks off the launch of a national tour that’s part of the White House’s “month of action,” urging more Americans to get their shots. Vice President Kamala Harris will be in Atlanta Friday.
For more than a decade, Georgia Democrats struggled to lure highly qualified, big-name candidates to run for statewide office. With Republicans firmly in control of all constitutional positions and the state legislature, none wanted to take the risk.
Representatives of Georgia's nascent medical marijuana industry are expressing frustration with the state’s process for issuing licenses to grow and process cannabis into a therapeutic oil used by registered patients for conditions including seizures and intractable pain.

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