Political Rewind: No Funds for Rural Broadband, Home Regulations, Trump Abortion Law
On this edition of Political Rewind, plans to expand broadband to rural Georgia may be in jeopardy after legislators kill a bill that would pay for the project with a tax on video streaming services. Where will the funds to pay for the project come now?
Are you ready to live next door to a house painted purple with orange trim? It could happen if a bill preventing cities and counties from passing regulations that control the look and design of homes continues to move forward under the gold dome. Local officials call it a sweeping overreach by the state.
A little-noticed Trump administration rule released late last week will strip federal funding to organizations that offer poor women access to abortions in addition to family planning services.
Kevin Riley -- Editor, The Atlanta Journal-Constitution
Ed Lindsey -- Republican Strategist
Chuck Williams -- Reporter, WRBL News 3
Teresa Tomlinson -- Former Columbus Mayor