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The Georgia State Senate completed "Crossover Day" with many bills advancing, including SB 421 against swatting and SB 390 restricting public funds for certain library services.
Milton City Council will discuss speed limits, bridge replacements, and sustainability issues in their upcoming meeting scheduled for March 4, at 6 p.m.
The Cobb County Board of Elections has chosen the redistricting maps to use for upcoming elections, amid ongoing legal disputes and pending court decisions.
Georgia Senate passes Bill 507, supported by Majority Leader Steve Gooch, introducing "America First" specialty license plates to increase state general fund revenue.
Judge McAfee is deliberating on DA Fani Willis' continued role in the Trump Georgia election case due to her affair with a case prosecutor, amid claims of a conflict of interest.
Georgia lawmakers passed multiple bills on Crossover Day, including those affecting undocumented immigrant handling and potentally enabling LGBTQ+ discrimination.
The City of Dunwoody is offering a $15,000 bonus to attract new police officers and has created a Crime Response Team to tackle local crimes efficiently.
Donna Lowry explains the importance of Crossover Day in Georgia's legislative process, where bills must pass one chamber to stay alive, with discussion on key bills and controversies.
Sen. Matt Brass celebrated Self-Direction Day in Georgia, highlighting the benefits of personalized care for the developmentally disabled through Senate Resolution 492.
Text messages reveal attempts to disqualify Fulton County DA Fani Willis from the Trump election interference case, hinting at a conflict of interest due to her alleged romantic involvement with a special prosecutor.
Marietta City Council has scheduled public meetings for March 7 and 13, with opportunities for in-person and online attendance, and post-meeting interactions with council members.
The Georgia State Senate passed Senate Bill 147, which aims to allow public school students to transfer schools more easily, potentially affecting 1.8 million students and advancing school choice within the public system.
Fulton County Prosecutor Fani Willis and special prosecutor Nathan Wade face ethics complaints from the AAF over accusations of dishonesty and misuse of campaign funds.