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Friday on Political Rewind: We have Kevin Riley on to reflect on his career and time at The Atlanta Journal-Constituiton. The Political Rewind team also congratulates his successor Leroy Chapman, who makes history as the first Black editor-in-chief in the paper's 155-year history.
Thursday on Political Rewind: Host Bill Nigut welcomes The Vagina Monologues playwright V — formerly known as Eve Ensler — and former state Sen. Jen Jordan to the panel for a conversation on women's autonomy, V's life, and more.
CONTENT WARNING: sexual assault, violence against women
Wednesday at Political Rewind: The Legislature passed Senate Bill 140, which would block gender-affirming care for transgender minors. Will Gov. Brian Kemp sign the bill? Meanwhile: Lt. Gov. Burt Jones is pushing a bill on hospitals in rural Georgia that could benefit his family's business.
Tuesday on Political Rewind: Trump's lawyers filed a motion to dismiss every finding of the Fulton County special grand jury. Meanwhile, a new article suggests the YSL trial in Fulton County is straining resources. And, a new report from The Urban League highlights inequalities Black Georgians face.
Georgia Republicans shelved a plan to expand the state voucher program for private school tuition and home-schooling yesterday.
Atlanta Mayor Andre Dickens announced members for his new community task force providing input on the police training center.
Piedmont Health announced plans yesterday to build a $30 million freestanding children's hospital to serve the Columbus area.
On the Friday, March 24 edition of Georgia Today: Airport construction during the spring break travel rush; schools won't be able to mandate COVID vaccinations; and the Braves step up to help a fan mourning the loss of his dad.
Final negotiations over the spending plan should finish before Wednesday.
A handful of students return to a school in Gaziantep, Turkey, that seeks to help revive old Syrian and Turkish music and integrate refugees.
Each week, the guests and hosts on NPR's Pop Culture Happy Hour share what's bringing them joy. This week: Spellbound, Cheat Codes, This Is Pop and more.
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