Congressman Rick Allen will be making the rounds of Georgia's 12th Congressional district in an effort to allow constituents to bring forward concerns and discuss D.C. happenings.
The first shot in the next Battle of Manassas may have just been fired. The City of Manassas and its elected officials are facing a lawsuit filed by two citizens inside the city limits.
Did Thursday's vote repeal and replace? Our Congressman says YES, but some - on both sides of the aisle - are saying that isn't what happened.
Even though more than $1 billion in new funding has been appropriated to K-12 Education over the last three years, teacher pay has not been increased by every system. State Senator Jack Hill looks at why this year is different.
A citizen push to remove prayer from council meetings.
State Representative Bill Werkheiser analyzes how Georgia compared to other states when it came to budgeting and taxes.
Following the publishing of Tuesday's encounter with Tattnall County Magistrate Judge Eddie Anderson, Judge Anderson contacted legal counsel to respond to AllOnGeorgia's open records...
There is one place most Georgians expect the law to be followed and that is in a court of law. But as demonstrated by the recent denial of a request to obtain documents related to a separate AllOnGeorgia investigation, judges sometimes need refresher courses on state law, too.