In this morning's headlines, the economic fallout from Georgia’s new elections law was almost immediate when the Major League Baseball All-Star Game left Atlanta for Denver. But other economic impacts may not be quite as easy to measure.
Among this evening's headlines, President Joe Biden announced new actions to curb gun violence in the United States. The move follows a nationwide spike in violent crime in 2020. That included Georgia cities like Albany, Macon, Atlanta and Savannah.
In this morning's headlines, the debate over vaccine passports stirs up as more people start to travel - with and without the coronavirus vaccine.
In this morning's headlines, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention says states should prioritize vaccines for inmates since they live in congregate settings. But in Georgia, only 1.5% of inmates have received the coronavirus vaccine.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention are sending $96 million dollars to Georgia to address inequities in covid vaccine distribution.
In this morning's headlines, Senator Reverend Raphael Warnock and Congressman Hank Johnson suspect some inconsistencies in Georgia's reporting of nursing home deaths related to COVID-19.
Among this evening's headlines, Georgia health officials say the state is building on a milestone in its coronavirus vaccine rollout.
They say more than 4-million COVID-19 vaccine doses have now been administered.
In this morning's headlines, Atlanta Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms expects more boycotts following the signing of S.B. 202 - Georgia's controversial new voting law.
In this morning's headlines, President Biden calls Georgia's new voting overhaul, "Jim Crow on steroids" and supports moving the MLB All-Star Game out of the state.
In this morning's headlines, Delta CEO Ed Bastian calls Georgia's election overhaul "unacceptable" and "based on a lie." State Speaker of the House David Ralston is stunned, because Bastian was part of the talks to form the bill.
In this morning's headlines, Governor Kemp blasts calls to boycott major sporting events in Georgia after he signed the state's new voting law.
In this morning's headlines, a new lawsuit has been filed by the Georgia NAACP against the state's new voting law, which the organization says is suppressing the vote.
In this morning's headlines, The National Black Justice Coalition is calling on major sporting events to pull out of Georgia after the passage of SB 202, which puts restrictive voting measures in place.
Governor Brian Kemp has signed a controversial election bill into law that dramatically changes the state’s voting rules.
In this morning's headlines, Democratic Rep. Park Cannon is arrested by the Georgia State Patrol after knocking on Governor Kemp's door as he signed the controversial SB 202 voting bill into law.