Georgia Democrats are pressing their Republican colleagues to protect access to in vitro fertilization after the Alabama Supreme Court recently ruled that fertilized eggs are children under that state’s law.
President Joe Biden is slated to announce Wednesday during his fundraising trip to Los Angeles that his administration will cancel another $1.2 billion in student loan debt — this time for about 153,000 borrowers. All of them have been approved for the shortened repayment period benefit under the Saving on a Valuable Education (SAVE) Plan.
In their second attempt in as many weeks, U.S. House Republicans impeached Department of Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas on Tuesday, marking an inflection point in the growing rift between the GOP and the White House over immigration policy decisions at the southern border.
Savannah’s five-term state senator, Ben Watson, has joined 18 other Georgia Republicans in the state’s upper house as a sponsor of legislation that takes aim at the oldest and largest library association in the world.
Another attempt to push through a measure that would require prescription drug discounts to be shared with Georgia consumers failed Wednesday, despite an in-person boost from Congressman Buddy Carter who argued in favor of the bill.
Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis withdrew from the Republican race for the presidential nomination on Sunday, less than two days before Tuesday’s New Hampshire primary.
The marker will give a brief history of Taylor Square’s new and old namesakes. GPB’s Benjamin Payne reports.
Nonprofit arts expenditures and audience spending in Savannah totaled about $120 million in 2022. GPB’s Benjamin Payne reports.
A new study of smokestack emissions from coal-fired power plants nationwide ranks two Georgia facilities among the most deadly in the nation.
A recent report by Dēmos, a nonpartisan public policy organization, uncovered disturbing findings regarding the impact of voter registration purges in 10 states, including Georgia.