Author: Jessica Szilagyi

Morning Reads – Thursday, Sept. 16, 2021

Peaches Another challenger for MTG. The $200 million loss and environmental disaster was a human error. Civil rights investigation for our prisons. Someone get the Georgia Senate a mirror. Georgia officials suggest agriculture department step into medical. Former Milledgeville Mayor runs for Georgia Secretary of State New Fulton election chair appointed over objections to Fair

Morning Reads – Thursday, September 9, 2021

Sittin’ on the Dock of the Bay…. Peaches  Trump is coming to Georgia to Save America  Fulton election officials speaks about backlash Mall to Require Youth to Be Accompanied After 3 P.m. Rules eased for 3rd party candidates  Georgia experiences $11M increase in airport income Celebrated ‘dominant’ alligator dies after ruling Georgia swamp for nearly

Morning Reads – Thursday, Sept. 2, 2021

Peaches A ban on alcohol for GA-FL weekend? Maybe. Tybee Island does something right. Arbery’s imperfect past is not admissible at trial, judge says. Raffensperger FOIAs the DOJ Lots of craft breweries are owned/run by UGA alumni. Even more now. Georgia wins another war. Pandemic-driven court backlog blamed for Georgia crime wave. The lawsuit pandemic

Morning Reads – Thursday, August 26, 2021

Peaches The Obamas on display.  “Bourdeaux went up against Pelosi. Was it worth it?”  City of Statesboro wants in family discussions  Suit backed by Georgia lawmaker challenges state’s ballot barcode system Of all the things: Marietta council drops bow and arrow hunting issue Carter changes course and offers endorsement For crying out loud, let these

Morning Reads – Thursday, August 19, 2021

Peaches  Savannah Hospital CEO: Staff feels betrayed by the unvaccinated Georgia Theatre in Athens will require COVID-19 vaccinations for staff, concertgoers Trump team polls Perdue vs. Kemp Georgia showdown “Dead men can’t pass laws”: Capitol rioter charged with threatening Georgia Sen. Raphael Warnock As Vogtle Tab Mounts, Regulators Delay Approval of Spending Commissioners uncertain how

Morning Reads – Thursday, August 12, 2021

Peaches  What $750k will get you in Texas, Michigan, and Georgia  Former U.S. Attorney Pak testifies to Senate committee about resigning And coverage from CNN  Georgia elections chief seeks constitutional ban on voting that’s already illegal Georgia’s Mask and Vaccine Drama on Full Display at Athens City Hall Prosecutors: Atlanta Kids Got Donations for Notorious

Morning Reads — Thursday, August 5, 2021

Peaches  They say it’s to make traffic better, but we know better.  Resources dispatched to Georgia to make case for big spending  “A lie created to foment a coup” Legislature addresses needs of Georgia students Georgia near bottom in rate of required nursing home inspections. Golden Ray continues to be a Golden Cluster  ACLU takes

Morning Reads – Thursday, July 29, 2021

Peaches Georgia Republicans take first step to Fulton elections takeover Georgia AG files scathing response to DOJ’s election lawsuit, blasting it as a ‘shameless political attack’ No charges in woman’s mysterious death at adult slumber party The Office of Rural Education…. Debt issues top annual list of Georgia’s consumer complaints Non-Profit Uses Technology To Map

Morning Reads – Thursday, July 22, 2021

Peaches Another Georgia Rep recovering from COVID-19 Georgia film industry also recovering from COVID-19 Leading the money race for Georgia Governor Zell Miller joins race for Lt. Governor Ralston wants $1,000 one-time bonuses for local police The district attorney indicted while running for district attorney will head to trial in September MTG is under attack

Morning Reads – Thursday, July 15, 2021

Peaches Can we at least admit we have a counting problem? A really embarrassed racoon. Columbia County Judicial Circuit suit settled. Smell something? Tell something! Backing the new Medicaid bill. Tough testimony in Beck’s federal trial this week. For Trump, Butch ain’t it. Opioid crisis continues to be perfect storm in Georgia. To end NAACP