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Governor Kemp Names Members to Georgians First Commission

The commission will review state regulations, policies, and procedures to streamline government, remove inefficiencies, and secure Georgia’s place as the top state for small business in the country.

Americans for Prosperity GA Backs In-state Cultivation for Low THC CBD Oil

Americans for Prosperity Georgia has announced that the organization supports the criminal justice reform principles put forth in the recently introduced, Georgia’s Hope Act, which would allow a limited number of highly regulated license holders to grow marijuana for the purposes of producing CBD oil.

Ballot Access Law Introduced in GA, But Committee Chair Pushing Back on Hearing Possibility

A bill filed in the Georgia House of Representatives by Republicans and Democrats working together would change ballot access laws for political parties in Georgia. 

Low THC Oil Access & Cultivation Plan to Be Filed in Georgia House

Lawmakers have released concrete parameters for their plan to pursue in-state cultivation to provide for access to Low THC Oil for those on the state registry in Georgia.

Abrams’ Group ‘Fair Fight’ Releases Poll on Election Reform

The group says 78% of voters call for expanded voting hours, more weekend hours, and more polling locations.

Bill Would Exempt Active-Duty Military from Georgia Income Tax

It’s the year of the military in the Georgia legislature as lawmakers have filed bill after bill to provide relief of military members in Georgia.

Bill Mandates Manufacturers Level Playing Field for Repair Companies

By definition, the bill levels the playing field for companies and service providers that are not ‘authorized repair providers’ under contract with manufacturers of different equipment and devices.

Republicans Counter Dem Legislation with Protections, Punishments for Monument Removal

The bill would add additional protections while prohibiting local governments from removing the monuments or relocating them to a museum.

Bill Seeks to Protect Religious Views, Voluntary Prayer in Public Schools

A bill filed in the Georgia legislature seeks to prohibit discrimination of public school students and teachers on the basis of religious viewpoints or expression.

Former City of Atlanta Employee Cited for Open Records Act Violations

“Openness and transparency in government are vital to upholding the public trust. I am confident that this action sends a clear message that the Georgia Open Records Act will be enforced,” said Attorney General Carr.