Pending EEOC complaints, modified documents, shadow files, and a lawsuit headed for litigation, Faircloth says it all stems back to his refusal to use his political influence at the direction of administrators.
Georgia State Senate makes moves to be more transparent.
Kelvin Cochran wrote a book called “Who Told You That You Were Naked?” for a men’s Bible study and self-published it in late 2013. He gave copies to about a dozen subordinates who he said had requested copies or who he knew shared his religious beliefs.
One of them is from Georgia!
Georgia's Attorney General joins 22 other states to protect prayer at public meetings.
Georgia lawmaker wants a paper trail of your vote to audit the future of election integrity.
Two Georgia legislators have pre-filed legislation that would allow entities to relocate monuments on public property, an initiative that is sure to reignite the conversation about placement of Confederate monuments at Stone Mountain.
A Georgia state representative accused of sexual assault.