Morning Reads for Friday, February 17, 2017

Morning Reads for 2-15-17

It may be the day after V-Day but y’all still love these MRs more than anything else. You also love how the date adds up to the year. I believe that was meaningful in the DaVinci Code.

“40 Cups of Coffee” by Ella Mae Morse. 

  1. Dems see Price Replacement Race a Test Run for Midterms
  2. Atlanta has eighth-highest number of undocumented immigrants in the country.
  3. Attorney General Chris Carr is amassing quite the war chest already. 
  4. John Lewis biopic kicked off PBS’ Black History Month programming. 
  5. Sanford Bishop gets Army’s top civilian honor. 
  6. South Georgia quail plantation bought for a cool $40 million. 

Morning Reads for Tuesday, February 14

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Happy Valentine’s Day! I hope that you went to the kind of elementary school where the students were required to bring a Valentine for everyone in the class (and if you didn’t, I hope your shoebox wasn’t empty at the end of the day). If you prefer your Valentines to be a little more literary, I recommend these. And of course, always, there are these.

Morning Reads — Feb 13

Happy Monday, everyone! It’s time for the crushing weight of your week’s tasks to slowly consume you. Let’s begin.

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Morning Reads for Friday, February 10, 2017

Morning Reads for 2-8-17

 

“Be Thankful for What You Got” by William DeVaughn. 

The following bills will be on the Senate floor on Wednesday:

  • SB 69 – Packaging, Labeling and Registration of Organic Products and Certifying Entities; registration requirement; eliminate (AG&CA-50th)
  • SB 78 – Adulteration and Misbranding of Food; Commissioner of Agriculture to issue a variance to certain rules and regulations; authorize (AG&CA-24th)
  1. Tom Price a Bigger Problem than Betsy Devos.
  2. Jimmy Carter’s farm gets massive solar project. 
  3. Hopefully this ends ATL-APD Feud. 
  4. Will Sonny roll back forest protection regulation?
  5. Crack in arctic ice shelf grew 17 miles in the last two months. 
  6. Almost 64 years ago to the day, Georgia created the nation’s first censorship board. Hooray. 
  7. The Secret World of Georgian Gardens…From “pic-nics” and sea battles to naked swims and secret assignations. 

Morning Reads for Tuesday, February 7

Good morning. We’ve had a day to process Sunday’s loss – what Kubler-Ross stage have you reached?

Morning Reads for Tuesday, January 31

Good morning! Don’t wait for it – RISE UP!

Morning Reads for Friday, January 27, 2017

Morning Reads for Tuesday, January 24

Good morning! The situation in southwest Georgia remains dire. Updates are below, and here is the link to the donation page for the Second Harvest of South Georgia food bank.