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Day 6- January 23, 2006

Senator Sam Zamarripa held a press conference this morning urging Governor Perdue to authorize the use of mobile units to help issue voter IDs
for senior citizens and people with disabilities. While he does not
support it, Senator Zamarripa expects Senate Bill 84 to pass the Senate
tomorrow.

Pro-Life groups rally at the capitol today in support of
legislation that would require every abortion clinic to perform
ultrasound images and offer those pictures to the woman seeking an
abortion. Former U.S. Senator Zell Miller and Governor Sonny Perdue are featured speakers at the rally. Lawmakers' Jesse Freeman has the story.

The Governor's Education Finance Task reports to a Joint House and Senate Education Committee meeting on its progress towards formulating a new funding plan for public education.

Governor Perdue reacts to today's news that the Ford Motor Company is closing its plant in Hapeville, Georgia.

The Senate passes legislation that will reduce taxes on natural gas use.

Democratic leadership held a press conference today in which they expressed their disgust at proposed redistricting legislation that would split a senate district in Clarke County that Democratic Representative Jane Kidd intended to run in.

7:00PAre You Being Served?

Happy Returns

7:29PAre You Being Served?

The Junior

8:00PKeeping Up Appearances

Violet's Country Cottage

8:30PKeeping Up Appearances

A Barbecue At Violet's

9:00PAs Time Goes By

The Proposal

9:30PAs Time Goes By

A Deeply Personal Problem

10:00PMoone Boy