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Kathy Klausmeier

Kathy Klausmeier

If passed, the bill heading to the House and Senate would provide more assurance of oversight than budget language being considered. 

Moore chalks up victories even though legislature has scaled back some of his proposals.

A failed amendment breaking the link between inflation and increases in the gas tax is similar to bills stalled in House and Senate committees.

GOP seeks legislation to relieve inflation, address violent crime, promote educational opportunities and parental involvement, and push for transparency and accountability.

The committee realignment in many ways reflects the expertise and priorities of the two new chairmen but also clarifies the jurisdiction over certain issues.

Two Prince Georgians set to join the Moore Administration; one departure will have a huge impact on policymaking in the General Assembly.

Measure would force add funds for pedestrian crossing signals and bike and pedestrian safety.

The House of Delegates gave preliminary approval Friday to a bill that would limit the circumstances under which county health officers can be fired….

The House of Delegates gave unanimous approval Thursday to a trio of bills that would cut sales tax on commonly used baby care and…

Advocates on Wednesday made another push to bring a bill that would decriminalize drug paraphernalia to the Senate floor for an override vote, but…