Multiple factors contribute to housing shortages, but zoning constraints are mostly to blame.
Free Market Think Tank Names Georgia Electric Vehicle Plant the 'Worst Economic Development Deal of 2022'
Rivian, an electric truck manufacturer that hopes to compete with Tesla, received a lucrative deal to build a new factory in Georgia despite concerns about its finances.
Brad Raffensperger compares President Joe Biden and Sen. Raphael Warnock to Donald Trump.
After a bruising Senate loss, Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger is open to alternatives.
Democrats had already retained their majority, but by keeping Warnock's seat, they gained even more power in the upper chamber to hinder Republican opposition.
He wants election reforms in Georgia, different priorities for the national Libertarian Party, and plans to challenge Justin Amash—but maybe not how you'd expect.
Women In ICE Detention Center Subjected to 'Unnecessary' Gynecological Procedures, Investigation Finds
"This is an extraordinarily disturbing finding" that "represents a catastrophic failure by the Federal government to respect basic human rights."
As the race that may decide control of the Senate heads to a runoff, the third-party candidate is fielding criticism from both sides that he spoiled the race.
"Unfortunately this year, black men have been a very targeted population for misinformation."
Libertarian Party Chair Angela McArdle Won't Endorse Blake Masters, Slams Dr. Oz, Fetterman, Georgia GOP
"The fact that [Dr. Oz] can't beat Fetterman in a race is not anything that libertarians should be biting their nails or clutching their pearls over."
Even before his personal foibles became front-page news, the former football star was more like a caricature of a bad candidate.
Many opponents, including the president, criticized the law in misleading terms, obscuring its very real issues.
The governor favors more punitive policing, while his Democratic opponent thinks the governor should have a say in who buys what properties in the state.
The lawsuit contends that after passengers are screened at federally mandated security checkpoints, Clayton County police search them again before they can board their flight.
Republicans turned off by Walker at least have a third option, but for House races in Georgia, state law makes it extremely difficult for third-party candidates to get on the ballot.
Despite the state's law allowing no third-party House candidates to get on the ballot in 60 years, the Court declined to hear the case.
The novelist talks about The Kingdoms of Savannah and creating The Moth.
The creator of The Moth talks about why the past is never dead, especially in his new novel The Kingdoms of Savannah.
Senators allege Bureau of Prisons officials turned a blind eye to rapidly deteriorating conditions at the U.S. Penitentiary in Atlanta.
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Educational freedom is good for everybody but unions, bureaucrats, and the education establishment.
Good intentions, bad results.
How Georgia's Outlandish Ballot Access Law Is Protecting Marjorie Taylor Greene (and the Two-Party System)
A ballot access law meant to block Communists has become an obstacle to third-party politics.
Angela Pence is running against the controversial Republican congresswoman, but first she has to clear Georgia's anticompetitive ballot access requirements.
The government worsens the baby formula shortage, again.
After bracing for a supposed return of Jim Crow, Georgia saw a major increase in early votes in this week's primaries.
It may not be a successful strategy in general elections, but it's still deeply unnerving.
In Georgia, the difference between delta-8 and delta-9 THC is the difference between legal and illegal, but police are threatening store owners over both.
The economic benefits are a home run that never came, and never should have been expected.
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The punishment is a bit rich considering the government's own mishandling of pandemic cash.
Before she can make her case to the voters, Angela Pence has to collect signatures that she would not need if she were a Democrat or a Republican.
You are not for school choice or parents’ rights when you try to ban race and LGBT subjects in private education.
Perplexingly, the bill would also forbid grants from going to nonprofits, unless the local government meets the state's demands.
Georgia Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger claimed that over 1,000 people voted more than once. He now admits that number is far lower.
The children have less to fear from COVID-19 than she does.
11th Circuit Says a Sheriff Violated the First Amendment by Posting Warning Signs on the Lawns of Registered Sex Offenders
Butts County, Georgia, Sheriff Gary Long cited no evidence to support his pre-Halloween stunt.