Category: Morning Reads

Morning Reads – Thursday, November 14, 2019

Peaches Georgia may have executed an innocent man last night. The AJC says their poll shows Trump has an uphill battle in Georgia. Ga election officials investigate prominent critics. Parents upset they can’t learn vaccination rates at their children’s schools. How fear, politics forged Georgia’s punitive juvenile laws A look inside the first school district

Morning Reads – Thursday, October 31, 2019

Happy Halloween! — Some 51% of Americans want offensive costumes to be punished. — And Georgia’s First Lady wants you to avoid this costume. Peaches Judge halts Georgia Sheriff’s sign placement on sex offender property. And, of course, a little national coverage on the purging of voter rolls.  New life for the rural transit bill? Water

Morning Reads – Thursday, October 17, 2019

Did you know that on this date in 1978, President Carter signed a bill that restored full U.S. citizenship rights to Confederate President Jefferson Davis. Peaches GA Department of Revenue official being sued by Chrisleys.  Death threats led to change of heart on transgender bathroom decision. AMS President pushes for legalized gambling in Georgia. The

Morning Reads – Thursday, October 3, 2019

On this date in 1922, Rebecca L. Felton became the first female to hold office of U.S. Senator. She was appointed by Governor Thomas W. Hardwick of Georgia to fill a vacancy. Timely…isn’t it? Peaches Deputy sues over lacking transgender insurance coverage. Georgia’s Dignity Act takes effect. Gay student support group met with opposition. Atlanta’s

Morning Reads for Wednesday, September 18

Georgia Visit Habersham and Rabun to drive through Georgia’s most scenic highway AG Carr joined the OxyContin lawsuit Sunbelt urban growth is the best longterm trend in American politics for Democrats. (Yes, I know the other one, but it’s simply not true) Meria Carstarphen was a firefighter, but “the fire’s out” Sunday Service in Atlanta!