April 25, 2019 6:30 AM HomePoliticsMorning Reads – Thursday, April 25, 2019 Morning Reads – Thursday, April 25, 2019 By Jessica Szilagyi Politics 3 Comments Today is the 118th anniversary of the first license plate requirement in the United States. The idea was instated in New York and the fee was $1. Peaches GA Dems Shy Away from Impeachment. Rep. Buddy Carter On Combating The Opioid Crisis.Why are so many people getting rare cancers in this small Georgia town ?Athens law enforcement seeks ‘front-end’ bail reform under new Georgia law.Georgia one of only 5 states to recognize esports as official high school sport.Macon’s marijuana decriminalization proposal is being delayed.Education reforms trickling down into rural community budgets.…and metro ones, too. $1.8 billion in Cobb for FY 2020And one more instance of spiking the ball on Peachtree City… Jimmy Carter California May Ban Schools From Suspending Students For ‘Willful Defiance’Social media poised to take down another gov official.Separate but equal seminars on inclusivity DHS plan for face scanning at airports sparks alarm.Joe Biden’s limit on lobbyist money for his 2020 campaign Sweet Tea Protesting bill to ban youth tackle footballMost persecuted tabby cat, seeks her day in courtShock treatment therapy for ADHD? Share this:TwitterFacebookTumblrRedditEmailPrint Related About Author Jessica Szilagyi Subscribe Login Notify of new follow-up comments new replies to my comments Please login to comment 3 Comments Oldest Newest Inline Feedbacks View all comments Mr. Bear 1 year ago I haven’t looked lately, but the DeKalb County animal ordinances used to have specific exemptions for wandering animals (“…except for cats….”) in several paragraphs. Which tells me that the cats had very good representation during contract negotiations. davidmac 1 year ago Karen Handel has filed her Q2 fundraising report detailing she’s raised $10k in Q2 (even though it’s not due ’til July 15th, and Q2 hasn’t closed yet, so she’ll definitely need to file an amended form…) Why’d her committee file this form? Who knows. Clearly a well-organized machine. chamblee54 1 year ago Reply to davidmac The Federal Election Commission was not named with an acronym in mind.