February 8, 2022 7:54 AM
Morning Reads for Tuesday, February 8
Good morning! Today is Day 13 of the 2022 legislative session. It’s also Unofficial Cobb County Week: yesterday, the House voted on the enabling legislation for two new cities, and later this week, the House will tackle the maps. Godspeed to us all!
- A judge ruled yesterday that Governor Kemp’s “leadership fund” will offer a little less leadership fun.
- With this year’s legislative special session, come for the policy — but stay for the culture wars!
- Much of the time, we get along: the Senate unanimously approved extending postpartum benefits for mothers on Medicaid.
- Remember Sterigenics? This article is a well-researched deep dive into how private equity issues and supply chain concerns simmer beneath the surface of the health and air quality concerns that have dominated the news about Cobb County medical sterilization facility.
- How could Sonny Perdue’s potential appointment as USG Chancellor impact the “little dogfight,” as his cousin David Perdue refers to the GOP gubernatorial primary?
- Savannah House Representative Edna Jackson confirmed that she will indeed run for reelection.
- The federal hate crimes trial for the three men who murdered Ahmaud Arbery began yesterday.
I was aghast when I found out that Indians traded in slaves. https://abcnews.go.com/Lifestyle/wireStory/muscogee-dismayed-naked-statue-georgia-ancestor-82723925
I know we are always talking about the Georgia Film credit well here is a article I just saw. https://www.deseret.com/entertainment/2021/12/7/22811964/yellowstone-what-utah-lost-when-paramount-moved-to-montana-kevin-costner-dutton-ranch