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A recent poll found that for 69 percent of likely voters, cost of living, jobs and the economy combined to rank as the highest-priority issue for the upcoming election, with 87 percent ranking cost of living and the economy as the two most important.
Twenty months after the video was created, security camera footage was made public that contains evidence of a Trump supporter taking sensitive data from voting equipment in Coffee County.
Coffee County let outsiders copy confidential voting data without any scrutiny from legislators. Meanwhile, Fulton County has been under investigation for more than a year. One key difference may be who they voted for in 2020.
In the 1940s, Black Georgians elected the second woman in the state to Congress. Her political rise and fall reveal the lengths that state officials would go to disenfranchise Black voters.
Much of the information presented about the coronavirus pandemic fails to include data about the virus’ impact within the corrections system. Many jails in Georgia have contradicting or undercounted information.
Georgia has committed billions in incentives to electric vehicle and battery manufacturing companies for building factories across the state. The law is expected to stimulate investments that give consumers more choices.
A meetup that was intended to showcase farming issues quickly dissolved into a forum in which top state Republicans voiced concern over a Democrat-proposed measure that, Republicans fear, would place financial strain on farmers and families.
The law includes a “parity” provision that mandates insurance companies cover mental health services the same as they do physical care. But many residents may not know of the change and continue to pay out-of-pocket for covered treatment.
A poll from the Atlanta Journal-Constitution found that 42 percent of likely voters were more inclined to vote for a candidate who wants to protect abortion rights and about 55 percent said they disagree with the state’s new abortion law.