Reactions to the Supreme Court’s decision to strike down gay marriage bans brought mixed reactions from officials.
Political Notebook for Sunday, June 28, 2015.
Loganville residents Kelly Martinelli and Taylor Nash became the first same-sex couple to be married in Gwinnett County on Friday.
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Gov. Nathan Deal called on the Army Corps of Engineers to raise water credits to communities that clean and return used water to its source.
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Attorney Kevin Tallant, who the council has agreed to pay up to $20,000, filed paperwork with the Georgia Court of Appeals on Wednesday afternoon.
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- House transportation committee chairman expects another short-term funding solution
- POLITICAL NOTEBOOK: Woodall to participate in transportation committee roundtable in Atlanta
- POLITICAL NOTEBOOK: Unterman, four other Gwinnett residents put on state boards
- POLITICAL NOTEBOOK: Woodall speaks out on Highway Trust Fund extension
- POLITICAL NOTEBOOK: Farm Bureau names Woodall a friend to Georgia farmers
- POLITICAL NOTEBOOK: Isakson, Perdue co-sign legal filing against Obama
- POLITICAL NOTEBOOK: Deal creates new state criminal supervision department
- Audience starts lively debate at Johnson forum
- POLITICAL NOTEBOOK: Governor signs Martin’s insurer assistance bill into law
- Governor signs human trafficking bill into law
- Reactions mixed to Supreme Court’s same-sex marriage ruling
- POLITICAL NOTEBOOK: Officials cheer, jeer Supreme Court’s health care ruling
- Gwinnett 101 graduates laud county for crash course in local government
- Commissioners OK sale of anti-overdose drug to local law enforcement
- POLITICAL NOTEBOOK: Isakson, Perdue seek changes to proposed employee wellness rule
- Commissioners table decision on chicken law change
- POLITICAL NOTEBOOK: Perdue laments nation’s long-term fiscal situation
- Travel baseball group makes big donation for youth athletic scholarships
- Gwinnett leaders to replace transit system’s aging local service bus fleet
- Local officials, legislators remain concerned about Clean Water Act rule
- Gwinnett Tech receives $5,000 grant to support at-risk youth, dropout prevention
- GOOD NEWS FROM SCHOOLS: BOE honors retiring Georgia School Boards Association executive director
- Gwinnett Online Campus receives award for engagement, communication
- Gwinnett School Board approves millage rate, 3.24 percent tax increase
- New types of schools, education formats coming to Gwinnett County Schools
- Gwinnett School Board denies two charter school applications
- Gwinnett School Board to consider millage rate, charter school applications
- Construction education group accepts Gwinnett Tech
- Duluth native, UGA grad student wins $30,000 scholarship for business idea
- School supplies donations needed for local students