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Morning Reads for Tuesday, June 19
- Here’s how the Georgia’s three gubernatorial candidates feel about the continuing immigration (and humanitarian) crisis within our borders.
- Trump is steadfast with his immigration message – but even the Mooch is like, “Bro, chill!” Bless their hearts.
- Georgia is losing the battle against invasive plants – and it’s way beyond just kudzu.
- Pro tip: if you intend to have a “green” campaign, and you want to recycle your signs, you might want to check that they’re recyclable before you order 1,000 of them.
- Common Cause takes its anti-gerrymandering message to Savannah.
- A lovely story about former Senator Bob Dole, who spends his Saturdays on his “final mission.”
- It’s one star for the validity of most negative online reviews. (Every time I read a ridic one-star review I turn to my husband and say, “Worst. Episode. Ever.“)
- Tiny Lou’s is open at the Clermont Hotel!
- I have wondered this for years: why no Top Chef Atlanta?
- What Clarkston Mayor Ted Terry learned from on Queer Eye. Honestly, Ted is a great guy and an outstanding mayor, and it’s an excellent and charming show that’s set entirely in Georgia – but Ted is not even in, like, the top 20 list of Georgia mayors who might benefit from a visit from the Fab Five.
- Seriously, this show is balm for the soul and if you have Netflix, I highly recommend it.