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DHS could shutdown as Media does Democrats’ bidding
If Congress doesn’t approve a new funding measure by Friday at midnight, the Department of Homeland Security will run out of money. And remember the US media’s narrative, it’s always a republicans fault if any part of the...

Feb 27 | No Comments

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House votes to restore lawsuits against the government
By Walter C. Jones Morris News Service   ATLANTA — The House voted overwhelmingly Wednesday to restore the ability to sue the government for incorrectly administering laws, a tool used by activists and businesses. One day after...

Feb 25 | No Comments

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St. Pat’s bar bill sails through committee
Morris News Service   ATLANTA — Legislation allowing Savannah bars to sell alcohol on Sunday afternoons during the week of St. Patrick’s Day easily won approval Tuesday in a House committee. The Regulated Industries Committee...

Feb 25 | No Comments

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Revamped AP US History curriculum under fire
By John Wood There is a saying as old as history itself, “the victors write the history books.” Last year was the final year of the regular college survey AP US History that contained 80 multiple choice questions, a couple of short...

Feb 24 | No Comments

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Bill removes exemption for speed traps
Morris News Service   ATLANTA — Legislation to remove an exemption against speed traps has gained enough cosponsors to easily pass the Senate, its author, Sen. Jesse Stone, said Monday. His Senate Bill 134 has 45 other senators...

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  • DHS could shutdown as Media does Democrats’ bidding

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  • House votes to restore lawsuits against the government

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  • St. Pat’s bar bill sails through committee

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  • Revamped AP US History curriculum under fire

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Republicans take another crack at tax reform

By Walter C. Jones Morris News Service ATLANTA – Republican legislative leaders feel they have a surefire way to stimulate job creation: tax reform. They’ve...

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Rep. Doug Collins to Challenge FCC Ruling With Disapproval Resolution

From the Press Release: Georgian’s Bill Would Override Federal Internet Restrictions Congressman Doug Collins will introduce a Resolution of Disapproval in response to...

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