I’ll admit it. I’ve been thinking it was Tuesday all day, so please excuse my lateness today. On the upside, it’s National Leave the Office Early Day, so I recommend you take full advantage of that!
I’ll try to keep this brief, so let’s get to it, shall we?
- 17 year-old Georgians must take driving instruction beginning July 1st.
- The Georgia Supreme Court has upheld the state’s death penalty disability standard.
- This is how Randolph County was affected by the closing of its hospital last October.
- Columbia County, on the other hand, looks to finally be getting a hospital.
- State House Speaker David Ralston is considering a run against U.S. Senator Raphael Warnock.
- A new study has found that stimulus payments significantly reduced financial hardships for many Americans.
- Democrats are not giving up on investigating the January 6th insurrection.
- The Federal Trade Commission is looking to crack down on deceptive marking practices by a broad range of firms.
- Democrat Melanie Stansbury has won the special election in New Mexico to fill Sec. Deb Haaland’s seat.
- West Virginia is looking to give away guns and trucks to those who get vaccinated against COVID.
- A Dalton woman is charged with stealing $85,000 from a crisis pregnancy center, funneling the money through gift cards.