Gov. Nathan Deal
Gov. Deal: ‘Unconscionable’ White House Failed To Pick Up Phone To Tell Us Immigrants Were Being Sent To Georgia
Georgia’s governor on Thursday chided the president in a letter for failing to communicate with the governor’s office before sending unaccompanied young migrants to the state.
A memo by the head of the state ethics commission in which she claims an attorney for Gov. Nathan Deal threatened her agency during its investigation of complaints against the governor demonstrates a “pattern of intimidation and interference on the part of the governor’s office,” Democrat Jason Carter said Tuesday.
Libertarian candidates running for U.S. Senate and governor qualified Tuesday for the November ballot with the hope that their message of small government and fiscal restraint will resonate with Georgia voters.
Georgia Gov. Nathan Deal easily beat two challengers to win the Republican nomination, allowing him to run for re-election against former President Jimmy Carter’s grandson.
Today on Too Much Truth, DB asked the question, “Who’s Side Are You On?” In cased you missed yesterday’s show, Derrick announced that Governor Nathan Deal was invited to be the speaker at the Morehouse […]
Breaking news!! Derrick Boazman has just announced that Governor Nathan Deal has been invited to be the commencement speaker for the Morehouse School of Medicine graduation ceremony. How did this happen? Why has Morehouse School […]
Gov. Nathan Deal is proposing an overhaul of the state ethics commission after a recent jury verdict in favor of an ex-commission employee who claimed retaliation for investigating the governor.
Georgia lawmakers have voted to keep so-called e-cigarettes out of the hands of minors.
Republicans were poised Tuesday to make it even tougher for Georgia to expand a government health insurance program for the poor, undercutting a big part of an overhaul backed by Democratic President Barack Obama.
Georgia Gov. Nathan Deal has outlined an action plan to address future severe weather events based on an internal review he ordered after Georgia was caught unprepared for a winter storm in late January.