Monday on Political Rewind: With the 2024 elections around the corner, Republicans nationwide are promoting anti-transgender legislation. We look at the measures under the Dome. Plus, the mother of Manuel Teran says an independent autopsy shows the activist's hands were raised when they were killed.
Tuesday on Political Rewind: Hundreds of documents from the January 6th Committee outline Georgia's importance to the effort to overturn the 2020 election. The Fulton County election probe may soon recommend criminal charges. And proposals to eliminate Georgia's runoff system continue.
Friday on Political Rewind: Attorney General Merrick Garland wants to unseal the warrant that led to an FBI search of Mar-a-Lago. Plus, a special panel of guests discusses voting in Georgia, including its history of discriminatory voting rules, Senate Bill 202, the experiences of election workers and more.
The school said having the professors testify was "adverse" to the university's interests, marking a departure from normal procedure and raising major concerns about freedom of speech.
County election officials are adjusting to new rules that limit absentee ballot mailing windows, restrict absentee drop boxes, require new identification for voting by mail, and other new restrictions that have sparked a national backlash.
While much of the political world is focused on 2022 contests, Macon-Bibb County is less than two months from the first test of the state’s new election law.
Friday on Political Rewind: Vaccination rates in Georgia remain stubbornly low, even as the coronavirus is establishing a foothold again across the country. Hospitalizations are up in the state too, with the vast majority of patients being unvaccinated. What role are misinformation and partisan politics playing in the continuing spread of the virus? And how is this affecting other national topics, such as immigration? Our panel weighs in.
Plus, all five candidates for mayor of Atlanta took aim at what they say is a destructive campaign to create a new city of Buckhead.
Tuesday on Political Rewind: Gov. Brian Kemp says he’ll ask the General Assembly to pass laws to fight crime during a special session of the legislature later this year. The session’s primary mission will be to redraw political maps based on new census data. But Kemp has the power to add measures to combat violent crime, especially in Atlanta, to the agenda.
Plus, we look at the outcome of the U.S. Senate field hearing examining Georgia’s new voting law.
The State Election Board met for the first time after SB 202 was signed into law, stripping Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger from his role as chair.
Emory business professor Tom Smith spoke with GPB's Sarah Rose about the effect a boycott against Georgia's major corporations could have on the state.
American Airlines and Dell are directly criticizing Republican-sponsored legislation in the state legislature that would curb expanded voter access.
Democratic state Rep. Park Cannon, a Black woman, is facing charges after refusing to stop knocking on Georgia Gov. Brian Kemp's office door.