Biden, Harris Bring Push For Federal Voting Rights Laws To AtlantaPresident Joe Biden and Vice President Kamala Harris traveled to Atlanta on Tuesday, January 11, 2022, to bring attention to voting rights legislation currently stalled in the Senate.
SK Group To Locate First Of Its Kind Glass-Based Semiconductor-Part Venture In CovingtonGov. Kemp: SK Group to Locate First Of its Kind Glass-based Semiconductor-part Venture in Covington.
Georgia Expands CAPS Child Care Program To Add 10,000 More ChildrenGovernor Brian Kemp announced plans to extend the CAPS Child Care program to 10,000 more children, effective November 1, 2021, using American Rescue Plan funds.
Gov. Kemp, State Health Official Update Georgians On COVID And Potential New SurgeGovernor Brian Kemp and Public Health Commissioner Dr. Toomey gave an update on COVID and the possibility of a new surge in Georgia.
Gov. Kemp Announces Bioplastics Company To Open Facility In Savannah, Creating Over 100 JobsGov. Kemp Announces Bioplastics Company to Open Facility in Savannah.
Gov. Kemp, Atlanta Refugee Groups Respond To Afghanistan Suicide BombingsGovernor Brian Kemp responded to the suicide bombings and withdrawal efforts in Afghanistan, as organizations in Atlanta support refugee evacuation efforts.
Gov. Kemp Announces Advanced Modular Structures LLC. To Create 200 Jobs, Invest $14 Million in AtlantaGov. Kemp announces advanced Modular Structures LLC. to create 200 jobs, invest $14 million in Atlanta.
Gov. Kemp Addresses Hospital Staffing Shortages, Vaccine HesitancyGovernor Brian Kemp is laying out additional steps to help Georgia hospitals and encouraging state employees and the public to get vaccinated.
Georgia Unemployed Workers March In Protest Against Labor Commissioner Butler, Governor KempThe Unemployed Workers Assembly marched from the Georgia Chamber of Commerce to the Department of Labor protesting the ongoing closure of DOL offices, the decision to stop pandemic unemployment checks and other labor issues.
U.S. Senate Committee Holds Hearing In Atlanta On Georgia's Voting LawThe U.S. Senate Rules Committee met in Atlanta during its first field meeting in more than 20 years to hear testimony against Georgia's new voting law. The hearing was held at the National Center for Civil and Human Rights.
Gov. Kemp, GBI Form Law Enforcement Partnerships To Combat Georgia Street GangsGovernor Brian Kemp and the Georgia Bureau of Investigation gave an update on the GBI Gang Task Force's two-year effort to combat street gangs.
Labor Advocates Demand Unemployment, Minimum Wage Changes At Atlanta Job FairAtlanta-area labor advocates continue their fight to help unemployed workers and to increase Georgia's minimum wage.
Suspended Clayton County Sheriff Victor Hill Is Still Collecting A PaycheckKemp suspended Hill after a commission found Hill's indictment adversely affects the administration of the sheriff's office
Metro Atlanta Schools Revisit Face Mask Requirements After Executive OrderMetro Atlanta school systems are reviewing their face mask procedures following Governor Brian Kemp's Executive restricting school districts from requiring them.
Georgia Fuel Shortage Continues As Colonial Pipeline Restarts OperationsColonial Pipeline restarted its operations after a cyber attack forced the company to shut down its pipeline, causing a fuel shortage in several states, including Georgia.