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It's no wonder that sloppily drafted legislation keeps getting passed by the General Assembly each year, considering the way bills pile up at the end of the session; the leadership could put a stop to this if they really wanted to . . .
Gov. Nathan Deal could have prevented the mess that spilled over in last week's trial of the whistleblower lawsuit filed by Stacey Kalberman . . .
Can you trust the accuracy of poll numbers that show a relatively close race between Gov. Nathan Deal and Democratic challenger Jason Carter? Some Republican bloggers are skeptical . . .
Georgia's Republican Senate primary seems to be taking shape as businessman David Perdue grabs a lead in early polls . . .
A very conservative Legislature is passing some very progressive pieces of Legislation. What's up with that? . . .
One by one, state prohibitions against same-sex marriages are being struck down; how long will it be until Georgia's ban is overturned? . . .
One Georgia lawmaker was able to accomplish his legislative goals even though his bill did not pass -- here's how it happened . . .
There are times when you can even be too conservative for the conservative leadership of the General Assembly -- just ask newly elected Rep. Sam Moore . . .