Mid-Afternoon Reads for National Leave the Office Early Day (June 2)

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?

Pat Conroy

  • 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.

Alice Walker

  • 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.

Flannery O’Connor

  • A Dalton woman is charged with stealing $85,000 from a crisis pregnancy center, funneling the money through gift cards.

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