March revenues came in at a steady 2.2% net gain for the month, exclusive of the new fuel tax revenues which boosted the overall...
Last week, Congressman Rick Allen (R-Ga.-12) introduced legislation to prohibit the Internal Revenue Service from using funds to target citizens who exercise their First Amendment rights
Following months of ongoing battles between AllOnGeorgia and the City of Claxton regarding open records requests, the City of Claxton has answered the Georgia Attorney General's office.
The U.S. Chamber of Commerce honored U.S. Congressman Rick Allen in its 28th year of awards with the annual Spirit of Enterprise Award.
Interested in catching up with your Congressman as he hits the road for his re-election campaign?
The staff of Georgia's Junior United State Senator will visit Reidsville in February to hold mobile office hours for Georgia's Southeast Region
In the spring of 2014, grassroots candidate Lee Burton gave longtime incumbent Greg Morris a run for his money on the campaign trail. The Toombs County native-born in Metter came within striking distance, losing by just 71 votes and taking both home counties - Toombs and Montgomery - after being outspent nearly 10-1. Burton spent just over $14,000 while Morris topped $160,000.
Congressman Rick Allen has praised President Obama for signing the 'Every Student Succeeds Act' for its restoration of of local control to local school districts, teachers, and parents. The legislation was a bipartisan effort in both the House and the Senate and Congressman Allen is sharing the benefits of the act in the district.