Voters Head To Polls On Super Tuesday

Presidential Primaries, SEC Style
  I recently asked Randy Scott, my buddy from elementary school and high school who happened to play for an Alabama national championship team and to the Green Bay Packers in the 70s and 80s, “Do you ever get tired of going to...

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Georgia Republicans defend “CRomnibus” vote This past weekend saw the passage of the $1.1 trillion Omnibus spending bill, which earned the support of the majority of Georgia’s Congressional Republican delegation,...

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80% of Georgians Support Medical Marijuana
Rep. Allen Peake claimed this issue in the 2014 legislative session under the Gold Dome.  This is a very conservative guy who is not in the “legalize marijuana” crowd.  He was won over on the medical uses of cannabis oil by...

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Probation advisory council investigates company, declines to recommend policy
By Walter C. Jones Morris News Service ATLANTA — The state council overseeing private probation companies voted unanimously Wednesday to launch a criminal investigation against a Darien-based firm but declined to offer policy...

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Independent monitors say Vogtle has slipped further behind
By Walter C. Jones Morris News Service ATLANTA — Completion of critical parts of two nuclear reactors has continued to fall further and further behind schedule at Plant Vogtle near Waynesboro, two experts told regulators Tuesday....

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Georgia official might become Justice Department’s second in command

The first woman to serve as the U.S. attorney in Atlanta is expected to become the second highest ranking official in the Justice Department in the upcoming days. Sally...

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Commissioners Doug Everett and Lauren “Bubba” McDonald Sworn in

PHOTO: Shelley McDonald looks on as her husband Commissioner Lauren “Bubba” McDonald(left) takes the oath of office from Governor Nathan Deal (right) Two Public...

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