The Gwinnett Daily Post’s Political Notebook for Sunday, March 29, 2015.
Political Notebook for March 26, 2015.
The Gwinnett Daily Post’s Political Notebook for March 22, 2015.
U.S. Department of Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack and U.S. Department of Labor Secretary Thomas Perez made the announcement Friday at Gwinnett Tech.
The Gwinnett Daily Post’s Political Notebook for March 19, 2015.
Gwinnett Daily Post political notebook for March 15, 2015.
POLITICAL NOTEBOOK: Hank Johnson calls for ‘strong rule’ on forced arbitration in consumer financial services
The Gwinnett Daily Post political notebook for March 12, 2015.
Transportation issues dominated a Gwinnett County town hall meeting held at the Gwinnett Environmental and Heritage Center Tuesday.
The Gwinnett Daily Post’s Political Notebook for March 8, 2015.
POLITICAL NOTEBOOK: Johnson proposes expanded federal authority to investigate officer-involved shootings
Gwinnett Daily Post’s Political Notebook for March 1, 2015.
Gwinnett County officials are planning an update to their 2030 Unified Plan.
The Gwinnett Daily Post’s Political Notebook for Feb. 26, 2015.
Presumed presidential candidate Dr. Ben Carson spoke Saturday at the Gwinnett Medical Center Foundation’s annual donor appreciation gala.
The bill would aid parents who have to temporarily surrender custody.
The Gwinnett Republican joins subcommittees for highways and aviation.
- POLITICAL NOTEBOOK: Sen. Johnny Isakson calls for stronger stance against ISIL
- POLITICAL NOTEBOOK: Johnson proposes expanded federal authority to investigate officer-involved shootings
- Education, transportation top priorities for Deal
- POLITICAL NOTEBOOK: Many Obamacare enrollees in Georgia to receive tax credits
- POLITICAL NOTEBOOK: New laws take effect on Jan. 1
- Unterman prefiles ‘Safe Harbor’ legislation
- Political activists call on Woodall to fight ‘executive amnesty’
- POLITICAL NOTEBOOK: Senators react to release of CIA interrogation report
- Gwinnett lawmakers seeking minimum wage hike, HOPE equality
- Isakson kicks off 2016 re-election bid
- Gwinnett beekeepers swarm commissioners at town hall forum
- Gwinnett Clean and Beautiful honored by Gov. Nathan Deal
- BOC not likely to revisit controversial animal control ordinance changes before July 1
- Zoning OKed for proposed Sugarloaf Mills-area apartment complex
- POLITICAL NOTEBOOK: Sen. David Perdue blasts proposed federal water authority rule
- Georgia lawmakers considering pair of Lawrenceville-related bills
- Gwinnett commissioners approve clarification to previous zoning decision
- Suwanee approves special permit for pet boarding facility
- POLITICAL NOTEBOOK: Isakson seeks to block micro unions from workplaces
- Gwinnett leaders seeking annual federal transit assistance
- GOOD NEWS FROM SCHOOLS: Foundation honors GCPS commitment to music education
- Gwinnett Tech to host coding summer camps for kids
- Assistant superintendent leaves GCPS for school district near Seattle
- AARP Tax-Aide services at Gwinnett Tech now open on Saturdays
- Gwinnett Tech student receives $3,000 in scholarships
- Archer student wins Student of the Year award, dreams about running Chanel
- Gwinnett Tech celebrates Tree Campus USA award
- Gwinnett County Schools teachers to receive 4.38 percent raise, beginning salary up to $41,028
- In 10th year, GCPS Principal Mentor Program looks to develop guidance, curb turnover rates
- Civil rights activist, Holocaust survivor speak to Creekland Middle students