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Longtime capitol observer Neill Herring takes a look back at the history of the Georgia Department of Transportation and offers a few suggestions on how the agency could improve its performance . . .
Remembering the contributions of LeRoy Johnson and the other members of the Georgia Senate elected in the historic 1962 elections . . .
Rep. Jeff Chapman (R-Brunswick) questions why Georgia Power is being allowed to earn a profit on cost overruns associated with the nuclear project at Plant Vogtle . . .
Things may look bleak for the Republican Party on the national level, but the GOP is in good shape to retain its majority in the U.S. House . . .
Who benefits the most from Saxby Chambliss' decision to retire from Congress? Gov. Nathan Deal, who doesn't have to worry about a conservative challenger in the 2014 GOP primary . . .
With new rules changes in the Senate, Lt. Gov. Casey Cagle regains his powers to run the upper chamber . . .