Thursday, April 1, 2010
Tonight on Lawmakers, Governor Sonny Perdue's proposed hospital provider tax fuels long and heated debate in the Senate; an update on Ethics reform legislation; the Senate passes a measure that would allow local school systems to increase class sizes in an effort to save money in a lean budget year; legislation that would prevent so-called "double dipping" by State retirees working on contract passes the Senate; ant it's the end of another legislative week, we'll check in with Tom Crawford of The Georgia Report.
Wednesday, March 31, 2010
Tonight on Lawmakers, differences between both chambers and both parties cause budget hang-ups; so-called common sense provisions are added to zero tolerance legislation in committee; the Georgia Association of Latino Elected Officials, or GALEO, holds a rally at the Capitol to encourage the adoption of Cesar Chavez Day; and our leadership series of interviews continues with House Democratic Whip Representative Carolyn Hughley. All that and more tonight.
Tuesday, March 30, 2010
Tonight on Lawmakers, Republicans and Democrats try to work out their differences over Governor Sonny Perdue's hospital provider tax proposal, touching off a slow down in the FY 2011 budget process; the regional transportation funding proposal hangs on in conference committee; Representative Mark Hatfield files legislation to begin impeachment proceedings against Attorney General Thurbert Baker; and Tom Crawford of The Georgia Report catches us up on the last of the Crossover day action. All that and more tonight.