10th Congressional District Republican Mike Collins is part of a new crop of pro-Trump candidates across the country who seek to advance the former president's policies with more polish but the same aggressive messaging.
Wednesday on Political Rewind: A Republican state senator said he intends to introduce a bill patterned after Texas’ contentious new abortion law during the upcoming session of the Georgia legislature. Meanwhile, Gov. Brian Kemp continues his sharp criticism of President Joe Biden’s broad vaccine mandate.
The 11th Circuit Court of Appeals is scheduled to hold a hearing on Georgia’s HB 241 Sept. 24. Known as the Living Infants Fairness Equality (LIFE) Act, it also sought to prevent abortions beyond six weeks except in special situations.
A panel of political experts discussed Georgia's new voting law, reproductive rights, and several other topical issues with guest host Donna Lowry.
Two top public health experts join Political Rewind to answer questions about the current COVID-19 surge. Does the latest data tell us we’ve reached the peak in new cases of COVID-19 in the state? Are hospitals still facing a care crisis?
A commissioned study finds Buckhead City could be financially feasible, but it leaves out logistical, political and other budgetary costs of such a measure.
The Georgia State Election Board has appointed a bipartisan three-member panel to initiate a performance review of Fulton County's elections board, the latest step in a lengthy process allowed under a new GOP-backed state law overhauling elections.
The Georgia Secretary of State's office will soon move more than 185,000 voter registrations to inactive status, beginning the process for eventual removal from the state's rolls under a federally mandated list maintenance process.
Wednesday on Political Rewind: Religious leaders representing more than 1,000 churches staged a voting rights rally at the state Capitol yesterday. They said they will use Georgia’s new election laws as proof that congress must pass federal legislation removing barriers they say limit access to the vote for minority communities.
Passing the budget becomes the legislative priority, and Kemp signs the Hate Crimes Law.
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.
Tuesday on Political Rewind: Voting rights experts are continuing to assess the impact of the U.S. Supreme Court ruling in an Arizona voting case. Many believe their decision will further weaken federal laws designed to protect the rights of minority voters. What might that mean for the many challenges to Georgia’s new election law?
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