Monday on Political Rewind: Businesses across the state are trying to determine how to comply with President Joe Biden’s new vaccine order. It tells companies with more than 100 workers that they need to require vaccines. Meanwhile, faculty and students at more than a dozen Georgia public universities are planning a series of demonstrations protesting the lack of mask mandates.
Wednesday on Political Rewind: The death toll from COVID-19 continues to grow in Georgia. On Saturday, 220 people were confirmed dead from the virus, bringing the total deaths in the state to over 20,000. Meanwhile, in the days since the U.S. Supreme Court refused to block a Texas Law effectively banning abortion, the case has suddenly made a woman’s right to choose a top issue in 2022 political campaigns.
Tuesday on Political Rewind: Legal experts and political analysts are looking closely at what the Supreme Court’s refusal to act on a Texas abortion law means for the future of abortion rights and on its potential impact on 2022 election battles.
Ballot drop boxes saw heavy usage in mostly Democratic metro Atlanta counties during their rollout last year, far more than in rural Republican areas of Georgia, election records show.
Effects of Hurricane Dorian are poised to reach coastal Georgia as a Category 2 hurricane Thursday. Meteorologists are expecting heavy rain bands,...