Friday on Political Rewind: A Cobb County elementary school teacher may be the first casualty of Georgia’s new “divisive concepts” ban. Meanwhile, a state investigation confirms the two election officials at the heart of the “suitcase of ballots” conspiracy theory did nothing wrong.
Friday on Political Rewind: The Legislature is picking up steam. Bills that would block a federal website for insurance in favor of a state site, authorize sports betting, and approve a statue of Clarence Thomas are in the air. Meanwhile, a federal judge rules on the mass challenge of Georgia voters.
Friday on Political Rewind: The Supreme Court heard arguments in two important cases this past week. The court will decide if a Colorado woman has a right to refuse web design services to a same-sex couple planning a wedding. It will also decide how much power state legislatures hold in federal elections.
Friday on Political Rewind: Legislators from all walks of life worked with Speaker David Ralston in the legislature. Today, three of them join the show to remember him and think ahead to what his absence will mean for the next session.
Monday on Political Rewind: Georgia teachers are now eligible to be vaccinated against COVID-19. Officials hope the move will ensure schools across the state are able to keep their doors open for in-person classes. Also, legislators face an important deadline at the state Capitol. Crossover Day at the General Assembly means any legislation unable to pass out of either legislative chamber today is potentially dead until next year.
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Hundreds of protesters on Monday marched through the streets of downtown Atlanta and gathered at the Capitol calling for social justice reform following...
On this edition of Political Rewind, it's the final days of the 2019 legislative session and some bills are moving at light speed while others are...
Georgia House Speaker David Ralston announced on Tuesday a special committee on access to quality health care.
Monday will be a very busy day in Georgia politics. The state legislature will officially begin the 2019 session, which will include tackling the issues...