It has been one year since the Inflation Reduction Act was signed into law by President Joe Biden.
In June 2023, home prices in the United States decreased by 0.83 percent compared to last year to a median price of $425,177, according to data from Redfin.
Organizations in Georgia are getting an opportunity to develop and enhance green spaces to help mitigate some effects of climate change.
More than a half million Georgians stand to lose their Medicaid coverage this year because of the end of pandemic-era coverage.
The battle over a controversial definition of antisemitism has taken a new turn in Georgia and the rest of the country, thanks to the Biden administration. That’s good news for those of us who oppose giving that one definition the force of law.
Starting this weekend, more low-income Georgians will be eligible to sign up for health insurance under a new Medicaid program that slightly eases the state’s strict coverage rules.
According to some estimates, as many as 2 million youth and adults per year participated in Christian mission trips before the pandemic.
As Georgians struggle to feed their families and afford housing, many are now having to balance affording basic necessities with paying high costs at the pharmacy counter.
A state proposal to slightly ease a ban on new and expanded withdrawals from portions of the Flint River Basin was met this week with frustration from farmers who are weary of the decade-old moratorium they argue is limiting the industry’s potential in southwest Georgia.
In Georgia, hospital consolidations, coupled with a dwindling workforce of primary-care physicians, has caused growing gaps in access to care for people in many areas of the state.