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Controversial Georgia election laws tackled in U.S. Senate hearing

Walker & Catoosa County News 20 Apr 2021
Chuck Grassley, R-Iowa, the committee’s ranking Republican, scoffed at Democrats’ attempts to paint Georgia’s new voting laws as racist, stressing the need to shore up election rules amid distrust among conservative voters following former President Donald Trump’s fraud claims.
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Georgia Supreme Court takes up sovereign immunity case

Walker & Catoosa County News 20 Apr 2021
ATLANTA - Whether a landowner whose property is damaged by the state can sue to stop the activity causing the damage was debated in the Georgia Supreme Court Tuesday, April 20 ... The lawsuit seeks damages and an injunction to prevent “future nuisance and continual trespass” based on the Takings Clause of the Georgia Constitution.
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WATCH: GOP senator grumbles about ‘offensive’ Jim Crow hearing – then accuses liberals of ‘terrorism’ ...

Raw Story 20 Apr 2021
Grassley pointed out how the "liberal Washington Post" gave President Biden "four Pinocchios" over his claim that Georgia's new law ended voting hours early -- a claim that Biden repeated after the Post's fact check. He said that liberals' alleged false claims about Georgia's ...
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Faith leaders to call for boycott of Home Depot over Georgia voting law

Atlanta Journal 20 Apr 2021
After weeks of talks with corporate executives of some of the state’s largest companies, Georgia faith leaders will officially call for a boycott of Home Depot on Tuesday claiming the company has not done enough to oppose the state’s new voting law ... They claim the law restricts access to voters of color, especially.
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Grassley scorched for bogus claim moving All-Star Game out of Atlanta cost '100 million jobs'

Alternet 20 Apr 2021
Senator Chuck Grassley (R-IA) is claiming Major League Baseball's decision to move the All-Star Game out of Atlanta will cost the city "100 million jobs." ... Chuck Grassley claims MLB moving the All-Star Game from Georgia cost the state "100 million jobs" https.//t.co/bEHQvTEK25 ... That’s 9.5 times the total population of Georgia https.//t.co/6yPfjF4gf0.
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‘Making up numbers now?’: Chuck Grassley scorched for saying moving All-Star game out of Atlanta ...

Raw Story 20 Apr 2021
Senator Chuck Grassley (R-IA) is claiming Major League Baseball's decision to move the All-Star Game out of Atlanta will cost the city "100 million jobs." ... Chuck Grassley claims MLB moving the All-Star Game from Georgia cost the state "100 million jobs" pic.twitter.com/bEHQvTEK25.
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Married At First Sight EXCLUSIVE: Showing him what he's missing! Georgia Fairweather looks stylish in ...

The Daily Mail 20 Apr 2021
And on Monday, Georgia Fairweather was spotted for the first time since her appearance on the show, attending a business conference with her mother Dr ... The rare sighting comes after Georgia described Liam as 'manipulative and insecure' in her final vows, after he'd claimed his family and friends would not like her as she was 'too glamorous' for him.
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Grassroots fury at Kemp bubbles up in county GOP meetings around Georgia

Times Free Press 20 Apr 2021
The grassroots anger at Georgia Gov ... Georgia GOP chair David Shafer said the "record high levels" were a sign of enthusiasm for conservative ideals and backlash to the "woke cancel culture mob." ... And in Fulton County, GOP attorney Brad Carver promoted false claims about fraudulent and dead voters on the rolls in the most populous county in Georgia.
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Georgia's Abrams navigates voting law fight with eye on 2022

Times Free Press 20 Apr 2021
ATLANTA (AP) — President Joe Biden called Georgia's new voting law an "atrocity." ... While the GOP governor didn't embrace Trump's lies about fraud in the 2020 election, he did back Republican lawmakers' efforts to overhaul Georgia's voting laws in response to Trump's claims.
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GOP targets ballot drop boxes in Georgia, Florida, elsewhere

Reflector 20 Apr 2021
It’s the result of a broad new law pushed by Georgia Republicans in response to former President Donald Trump’s false claims of a stolen election. Georgia is one of several states controlled politically by Republicans that are seeking additional restrictions on voting, citing security concerns ... Even Georgia Gov.
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Republicans target ballot drop boxes ahead of midterm elections

Bangor Daily News 20 Apr 2021
It’s the result of a broad new law pushed by Georgia Republicans in response to former President Donald Trump’s false claims of a stolen election. Georgia is one of several states controlled politically by Republicans that are seeking additional restrictions on voting, citing security concerns ... Even Georgia Gov.
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ETSU men, women claim SoCon golf titles

Johnson City Press 20 Apr 2021
ETSU’s men claimed their 21st Southern Conference men’s title at Greensboro, Georgia, while the women earned their first in Kiawah Island, South Carolina ... ETSU survived a difficult back nine to beat runner-up Western Carolina by eight strokes at the Reynolds Plantation Oconee Course in Greensboro, Georgia ... Rhea shot 75 and finished seventh ... ....
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Married At First Sight EXCLUSIVE: Georgia Fairweather reveals she hasn't ruled out finding love on ...

The Daily Mail 19 Apr 2021
And as she jetted out of Sydney following Sunday night's reunion, Georgia Fairweather admitted that she hasn't ruled out finding love on reality TV ... The sighting comes after Georgia described Liam as 'manipulative and insecure' in her final vows, after he'd claimed his family and friends would not like her as she was 'too glamorous' for him.
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Citing security, GOP lawmakers zero in on ballot drop boxes

The Independent 19 Apr 2021
It’s the result of a broad new law pushed by Georgia Republicans in response to former President Donald Trump’s false claims of a stolen election. Georgia is one of several states controlled politically by Republicans that are seeking additional restrictions on voting, citing security concerns.
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Worth it?

Evening Times 19 Apr 2021
A few weeks ago, the Georgia State Legislature passed a voter reform bill that much of the rest of the nation looked at and raised a number of alarms about the law, claiming that it disenfranchised many poor and minority voters. Well, almost immediately, it began to impact the Georgia economy.
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