Gov. Kemp Signs Georgia Budget, Cuts More Than $2 Billion In SpendingGovernor Brian Kemp held a press conference on June 30, 2020, breaking down some of the key highlights of the nearly $2.6 billion state budget he signed amid the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic for the 2021 fiscal year.
Georgia Governor Signs Historic Hate Crime Bill Into LawGovernor Brian Kemp held a press conference this afternoon announcing he has signed House Bill 426 into law. The bipartisan bill was sponsored by Representative Chuck Efstration and is called the Georgia Anti-Hate Crimes Act.
Reopening Georgia: Gov. Kemp Issues Order - Bars, Night Clubs and Summer Camps PermittedIn a press conference on May 28, 2020, Governor Brian Kemp extended the State of Emergency and announced an Executive Order allowing bars and nightclubs to reopen.
Trump Threatens To Move RNC From North Carolina, Georgia and Florida Governors Extend InvitesWhen President Donald Trump threatened to pull the Republican National Convention out of North Carolina, where it is expected to be held in late August, the governors of Georgia and Florida have offered to host the event.  
Georgia Gov. Kemp Addresses Data DiscrepanciesIn a news conference on May 21, 2020, Governor Brian Kemp said while the battle of COVID-19 is far from over, he is encouraged by feedback from state officials regarding efforts to increase testing and stop the virus from spreading.
COVID-19: Gov. Kemp Lists 220+ Companies Providing Critical Coronavirus Supplies To BusinessesGovernor Brian Kemp announced the Georgia Suppliers Interactive Map and List, which includes more than 220 companies providing needed protective supplies in Georgia, an interactive map displaying the locations of these businesses and a tool viewers can use to sort the supplies by category.
COVID-19: Gov. Kemp Says Suspending Road Tests Was Temporary; They're Still Required For Driver's LicensesGovernor Brian Kemp explained the suspension of the road test requirement is only temporary, and teenagers who met other requirements for getting a license will still have to go back and take it.
COVID-19 Update: Gov. Kemp Extends Restrictions on Restaurants, BarsGovernor Brian Kemp issued a new Executive Order today, extending the restrictions on restaurants, bars and other businesses.
COVID-19: Gov. Kemp Gives Update On Pandemic, Says All Georgians Can Now Test For CoronavirusGovernor Brian Kemp said now that coronavirus testing capacity has increased, there is more supply than demand. As a result, all Georgians, whether they have symptoms or not, are able to get tested.
COVID-19: Georgia's Shelter In Place Expires For Most Tonight, Continues For 'Medically Fragile'Governor Brian Kemp's Executive Order to shelter in place ends on April 30, 2020, but continues for the medically fragile and elderly.
COVID-19: Manager, Customers Weigh In On Restaurants Re-Opening During The PandemicGovernor Brian Kemp’s Executive Order allowing restaurants to re-open during the COVID-19 pandemic took effect today, April 27, 2020.