The Gwinnett Republican joins subcommittees for highways and aviation.
Johnson, who represents parts of Gwinnett, has introduced a bill that would eliminate local district attorneys and grand juries on police shooting cases.
Elections will also be held for delegates and alternates to the Gwinnett GOP county convention.
Two of Gwinnett’s three representatives in the House voted in favor of H.R. 240.
New congressman defends recent Boehner vote, says he is working to advance conservative agenda.
Sam Beaver said he intends to run as an Independent.
The budget includes a 4 percent pay-for-performance increase for county employees.
A look at the most-viewed stories on the Gwinnett Daily Post website in 2014.
Reflecting on the county’s biggest stories of the past year.
After a break for the holidays, political parties and government will resume meetings next month.
Rep. Rob Woodall said holiday season is a time to remember core values shared as a community.
The committee is tasked with oversight of the nation’s transportation and water infrastructure.
Gwinnett legislators Chuck Efstration and Dewey McClain recently attended new member orientation.
Seventh District Congressman Rob Woodall was the guest speaker at the annual Gwinnett Chamber of Commerce legislative luncheon.
Planned rate increase will not go into effect, “modest” increase expected in 2017.
- 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
- Ga. lawmakers press forward on medical marijuana
- Clinton: Georgia Senate race vote on promise of future
- Grayson mayor Allison Wilkerson honored by municipal association
- Lilburn mayor makes good after being accused of selling ‘lemon,’ not paying title taxes
- BOC takes another step in Georgia Highway 20 project
- Speed limit bumped up to 70 on portion of I-85 in Gwinnett
- POLITICAL NOTEBOOK: FairTax introduced with record support
- Craft beer brewery gets green light from planning commission
- County to expand traffic management system
- BOC adopts $1.42 billion budget for 2015
- Tax commissioner shares tips and reminders
- WEB STORIES OF THE YEAR: Most-viewed stories on the Daily Post website in 2014
- School lunch menus for the week of Feb. 2
- GOOD NEWS FROM SCHOOLS: North Gwinnett Middle wins state championship
- Man tied to GGC public indecency also charged with series of ‘peeping Tom’ incidents
- Gwinnett Technical College names Instructor of the Year
- North Gwinnett’s Bramblett wins Media Clerk of the Year award
- Peachtree Elementary to use $4,000 donation for outdoor classroom
- Couple accused of running unaccredited Norcross school granted bond
- Two members of SEC to visit Gwinnett Tech
- Gwinnett County Schools, Georgia Gwinnett to partner on special ed teaching program
- School lunch menus for the week of Jan. 26