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Day 39 - Tuesday, April 27, 2010

GPB News - Politics

Looking Back On An Historic Day: Same-Sex Marriages Begin In Georgia

Just after 10 am, emails starting pinging and breaking news alerts dinging. The Supreme Court ruled gay couples have a right to marry in all 50 states.

Deal: Georgia Will Follow Federal Law

Following today’s Supreme Court ruling that legalizes gay marriage in all states, Gov. Nathan Deal said Georgia will follow federal law.

Despite Obamacare, One In Five Adult Georgians Still Uninsured

GPB's Rickey Bevington spoke with Andy Miller of Georgia Health News about what the Supreme Court ruling means for Georgia healthcare and politics.

Talking Racial Divides and Healing After Charleston

GPB's Michael Caputo talks with Doug Thompson, a professor of History and Southern Religion at Mercer University, on how to talk about race after the church shooting in Charleston, South Carolina.

Decision Means More Than 400,000 Georgians Will Keep Coverage

Experts say the court's ruling means little will change for people using the federal exchange to buy insurance.
7:00PMount Rushmore: American Experience
8:00PMayor Ivan Allen Jr: A Different Road
9:00P1913: Seeds Of Conflict
10:00PFrontline

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