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Wednesday, October 30, 2013

First Slice 10/30/13: Zombies are more popular than Congress, state rep says

State Rep. Ed Lindsey prepares for the apocalypse
State Rep. Ed Lindsey, R-Buckhead, says that zombies have a higher approval rating than Congress by a full six percentage points.

Governor Nathan Deal thinks that more problems with the Affordable Care Act are on the way to Georgia.

The battle between Mayor Kasim Reed and AJC columnist Kyle Wingfield continues as the two exchange jabs over the city's vending program.

Meanwhile, Reed has united with ... the Koch Brothers? At least that's the case when it comes to pumping cash into Atlanta's municipal races.

Georgia Board of Pardons and Parole officers are reminding convicted sex offenders to stay away from children this Halloween. More 170 past violators have been ordered to keep their porch lights off, refrain from decorating their homes with spooky decorations, and remove candy baskets from their doorsteps. They'll also have a curfew in place from 5 p.m. to 8 a.m.

Bill Johnson, the lead architect for the new Atlanta Falcons stadium, thinks pretty highly of his designs: "When that roof opens up for the first time, the heavens will open up."

Watch out for swarms of cute, adorable ladybugs all throughout north Georgia.

AMC will bring back The Walking Dead for a fifth season, the network says.

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