The state government has started to institute work requirements for its medicaid program that includes logging work hours online, but broadband coverage in the state is sparse—at best.
To help animals navigate our fast-paced highway systems nature conservationists have started building infrastructure designed specifically for critters.
Mayors can take a number of localized actions to combat the harsh policies being implemented by the federal government.
Critics in the city argue that the repeal of a tax that would help fund housing and homelessness initiatives is a capitulation to business interests.
There is brimming triangular tension between local, state, and national governing bodies about how cities should best protect their citizenry from gun violence.
Mayors across the state are subject to a state law that threatens harsh penalties for municipalities that attempt to pass any of their own restrictions on firearms.
Atlanta is pushing to be the home of the tech giant's second headquarters, but Georgia's continued efforts to pass religious freedom laws could impede that plan.