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Day 37 - Thursday, March 26, 2009

GPB News - Politics

VIeue body cameras

State Senator Introduces Law Enforcement Package That Supports Police Body Cameras

The legislation would repeal no–knock warrants, require body cameras for police, increase criminal penalties associated with hate crimes and demilitarize police precincts in Georgia.
Mayor Kasim Reed

Atlanta Mayor: Better Transit Reduces Income Inequality

The Democrat said that building transit and infrastructure projects helps make sure people can have access to high-wage jobs wherever they live.
Rainbow flag

GOP Presses State Bills Limiting Gay Rights Before Ruling

Republican lawmakers are pushing legislation restricting gay rights even as the U.S. Supreme Court gets ready to decide whether same-sex couples can marry.
Gov. Nathan Deal

Gov. Deal Wants More Education Opportunities For Prisoners

Gov. Nathan Deal says Georgia should use charter schools to help its prison inmates earn high school diplomas.
Cannabis Plant

Medical Marijuana Bill To Be Resubmitted

The chief supporter for medical marijuana in the Georgia legislature plans to introduce a modified version of the bill that would clear the way for it Monday.
7:30PGeorgia Outdoors

Alligators

8:00PNature

Penguin Post Office

9:00PNova

Sinkholes - Buried Alive

10:00PSecrets Of The Dead

Ben Franklin's Bones