Author: Jessica Szilagyi

Morning Reads – Thursday, October 28, 2021

Peaches I sued Van Johnson & won.  Herschel violates campaign finance laws?  3 major Georgia universities are issuing vaccine mandates for faculty Democrats not letting up on Medicaid expansion during special session Georgia redistricting to diminish rural lawmakers, influence Court ruling upholds Georgia Power plans for coal ash Abrams group donates $1.34 million to pay

Morning Reads – Thursday, October 21, 2021

Peaches  5 corrections officers accused of injuring 2 inmates in Georgia prison Kentucky woman accused of threatening Georgia judge More election reform? Georgia Supreme Court overturns Henry impaired driving conviction Georgia to Pay $870,000 to Whistleblowers Fired by Beck Getting with the program: In a 2022 ‘gun fight,’ Republicans look beyond Georgia for campaign cash

Morning Reads – October 14, 2021

Peaches Judge dismisses Fulton County ballot review case in Georgia No filming in Georgia? TV, film workers union says nationwide strike to start Monday Georgia Board of Regents approves changes to its post-tenure review guidelines Port of Savannah looks to feds for help unclogging jam Supply chain issues impacting businesses here in Georgia and beyond

Morning Reads – Thursday, October 7, 2021

Peaches State labor department spent $1 million on free meals for employees, audit finds 6-year-old makes history as Georgia’s youngest farmer Georgia hospitals silent on deadline for staff vaccination Critics question why Georgia Access to Medical Cannabis Commission is exempt from Open Records Faculty job security is new fight on Georgia campuses after months of

Morning Reads — September 30, 2021

Peaches  Trump May Have Let Slip Details Of His Election Scheme As He Attacked Georgia Governor Open Records law? Not so fast in Georgia 2 animal species found in Georgia among nearly two dozen declared extinct Supporters Pledge Hearings on Letting Buckhead Leave Atlanta Georgia’s debt burden at $3,500 per taxpayer, report finds A sign

Morning Reads – Thursday, September 23,2021

Peaches Sidney Powell is still peddling the narrative about Loeffler’s staffer. Georgia lawmakers hear testimony in favor of unraveling justice reforms  Georgia boy seeking top spot in USA mullet competition Biden Taps Georgia’s Representative as Dominican Republic Ambassador Georgia Agency Wasted Money Seized From Taxpayers Exchange enrollment hits record level in state Georgia is part

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