State lawmaker wants hearing on campus rape prosecutions

8:52 am May. 22, 2015

State Rep. Earl Ehrhart, R-Powder Springs, says he’ll conduct hearings on how Georgia universities and colleges deal with accusations of rape, with an eye toward prohibiting the secretive, on-campus prosecutions. Ehrhart, who chairs a House

What to watch at this weekend’s Georgia GOP convention

6:00 am May. 15, 2015

The Georgia GOP Convention kicks off today with a taste of the presidential election, a bitter tug-of-war over the party’s future, and a divisive debate over red-meat proposals like the “religious liberty” push.

Here are four things

Georgia’s rising role in 2016’s presidential sweepstakes

12:19 pm May. 13, 2015

(Sorry for the delay. Massive technical issues.)

As at least three Republican presidential contenders gather in Athens this weekend, National Journal is GOP presidential contenders also are beginning to secure the support of the state’s leading

Christians experience a sharp decline in U.S.

10:04 am May. 12, 2015

They still dominate the American landscape and its politics, but as a percentage of the population, Christians have suffered a sharp decline over the last seven years, The GOP support for the transportation tax has