Weather permitting: A bill to protect those who bust a car window to save a child

6:00 am Feb. 24, 2015

Despite the threat of a frozen morning, the House and Senate will convene at 10 a.m. today It should be a quiet morning for both chambers.

The Senate has just one bill on its calendar, S.B. 34, which would provide immunity from liability for persons entering a parked motor vehicle to save a child.

The House calendar has several lower-profile bills, including H.B. 217, which clarifies state law to allow

Delta joins push to end Florida’s gay marriage ban

10:24 am Dec. 23, 2014

Atlanta’s Delta Air Lines is not shying away from a political fight.

Chief executive Richard Anderson turned heads when he urged corporate leaders toNow the company is among about two dozen major national firms who signed

Delta has Obama’s back on ‘much-needed’ immigration reform

4:37 pm Nov. 22, 2014

If you are a Republican office-holder in Georgia, you have condemned President Barack Obama’s unilateral effort at immigration reform as illegal, unconstitutional and crassly political.

You can’t afford not to.

But perhaps surprisingly, this act also puts