Day 26 – Friday, February 21, 2014

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Georgia Kids Can Easily Fall Victim To CyberbullyingGeorgia Kids Can Easily Fall Victim To Cyberbullying

Back in the day, bullies operated in the schoolyard. When they got the internet, they were able to operate pretty much anywhere; and in Georgia, schools' hands are often tied when it comes to cracking down on them. Georgia is one of the 32 states that do not have a specific law against cyberbullying.

Georgia Insurance Bill Bars Abortion Coverage    Georgia Insurance Bill Bars Abortion Coverage

More than one 100,000 Georgians are now enrolled in health coverage under the Affordable Care Act. A Senate committee voted Thursday to approve a bill that would ban those plans from covering abortions in the state. State Senator Judson Hill (R-Marietta) is sponsoring the bill.

Ethics: The Ghost Of Legislatures PastEthics: The Ghost Of Legislatures Past

It’s getting crowded at the state Capitol. Now you might be thinking, so what? Well, that’s a sign that we’re getting down to the nitty gritty of the session. The halls are full of lobbyists, activists and visitors. Two Congressmen even stopped in to call on Thursday. And the flow of bills seems unstoppable. The House alone had a dozen bills on its calendar Thursday.

Police Get To Seize, And Keep, Your Property (Even If You're Innocent)Police Get To Seize, And Keep, Your Property (Even If You're Innocent)

A coalition of groups from the Atlanta Tea Party to the ACLU is calling on state lawmakers to reform Georgia’s civil forfeiture law.

A Clash Of Views, Numbers On Medicaid ExpansionA Clash Of Views, Numbers On Medicaid Expansion

The issue of Medicaid expansion drew its first full-scale 2014 General Assembly hearing Wednesday. As expected, the arguments reflected the passions surrounding the Affordable Care Act, also known as Obamacare.

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