Latino voting strength is growing in Georgia. But not by as much as it could. That's the conclusion of a new report issued by the Georgia Association of Latino Elected Officials. It found the state's Latino electorate is eight-percent larger than it was in two-thousand-eight. But it's also less interested in voting.
A new study by the Annie E. Casey Foundation says jail is no place for kids. Study encourages states to reduce populations. Georgia juvenile populations are declining but not enough is being down with community programs.