Gov. Deal has reported that sales tax revenues for December were down 1.2% over 2010.
Plans to convert the shoulders of 400 to traffic lanes are coming under fire over public safety concerns.
HOT lane prices on 85 will go down for off-peak hours, including weekends.
The Transportation Safety Administration has identified a new revenue source: change left behind in airport security lines.
State Rep. Kip Smith (R-Columbus) has been charged with DUI in Atlanta. Smith allegedly blew a .091 roadside, while the legal limit is .08. Note that you can be charged with a .05 BAC, and drivers under 21 can be charged with a .02 BAC.
The Georgia Alliance for Ethics Reform held a press conference at the State Capitol this week, urging passage of a limit on lobbyist gifts among other measures.
Now, it’s off to Waffle House for a dark waffle, rather than a short stack.