Georgia the Latest State to ‘Ban the Box’ in Hiring Practices
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Georgia the Latest State to ‘Ban the Box’ in Hiring Practices

  (The Washington Post) – Georgia will no longer require job applicants to disclose their…

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In Georgia, Politics Moves Past Just Black and White
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In Georgia, Politics Moves Past Just Black and White

LAWRENCEVILLE, Ga. (New York Times) — A gated community of regal brick homes with impeccable…

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Hitting Las Vegas’ Political Jackpot
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Hitting Las Vegas’ Political Jackpot

LAS VEGAS (Politico) — Sin City may have been too risqué for the Republican National…

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Georgia Gov. Signs Bill Approving MLK Statue
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Georgia Gov. Signs Bill Approving MLK Statue

BY CHRISTINA A. CASSIDY, Associated Press ATLANTA (AP) — Georgia Gov. Nathan Deal was joined…

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Gun Carry Rights Expanded in Ga. Under New Law
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Gun Carry Rights Expanded in Ga. Under New Law

CHRISTINA A. CASSIDY, Associated Press ELLIJAY, Ga. (AP) — Criticized by one group as the…

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Georgia Gov. Nathan Deal Signs Broad Gun Rights Expansion
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Georgia Gov. Nathan Deal Signs Broad Gun Rights Expansion

[Atlanta Journal-Constitution] Ellijay – Gov. Nathan Deal signed legislation today that would vastly expand where Georgians…

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Is Atlanta Ready? South Braces for ‘Catastrophic’ Icy Blast
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Is Atlanta Ready? South Braces for ‘Catastrophic’ Icy Blast

[NBC News] A crippling ice storm appeared set to snarl Atlanta’s morning commute and knock…

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Atlanta Snow Aftermath: Ice? Melting. Stalled Cars? Removed. Politics? Still Snarled.
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Atlanta Snow Aftermath: Ice? Melting. Stalled Cars? Removed. Politics? Still Snarled.

Atlanta (CNN) — A day after Georgia Gov. Nathan Deal apologized for mishandling Tuesday’s snowfall, which…

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Who’s to Blame for the Atlanta Storm Chaos?
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Who’s to Blame for the Atlanta Storm Chaos?

[ABC News] Officials in Georgia are on the defensive, trying to explain why Atlanta was…

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