Gov. Nathan Deal suspended six DeKalb County school board members yesterday and said that the ongoing uproar was a "matter of grave concern." He had originally planned to discuss the fate of the board last Thursday, but postponed his remarks after a Georgia Board of Education hearing went on for 14 excruciating hours. The school board members' pending lawsuit, which challenges a 2011 law giving the governor authority to remove them, will head to court later this week and could delay the final decision.
Ethics reform sailed through the state's lower chamber yesterday and now heads over to the Senate for approval, though not everyone's convinced.
The Atlanta City Council has dropped legislation that would have banished prostitutes in order to study the issue in greater detail.
Spelman College has decided to cancel its sports programs for the 2013-14 season. Yes, all of them.
State rep. Bill Hitchens, R-Rincon, introduced a proposal that would allow police to ticket commuters who drive slow in the left lane. "If you're not driving the speed limit, you have a duty to get out of the way," he says.
"i'll be a season ticket holder for the new Falcons stadium in 2017."
congrats to Rodney, Joeff, Dustin, and Brandon.
and good luck.
The last question and answer is what it's really about (outside of money of course).
The Gorgeous JR was nominated for best commenter as well.
Good Job CL…
Great, you just signed yourselves up for an audit
Taxes paid for that sidewalk, now get off of it!