Tuesday, November 21, 2017

Lawyers: Former Atlanta fire chief fired for religious views

Kelvin Cochran wrote a book called “Who Told You That You Were Naked?” for a men’s Bible study and self-published it in late 2013. He gave copies to about a dozen subordinates who he said had requested copies or who he knew shared his religious beliefs.

2 Democrat Legislators File Bills for Removal of Confederate Monuments at...

Two Georgia legislators have pre-filed legislation that would allow entities to relocate monuments on public property, an initiative that is sure to reignite the conversation about placement of Confederate monuments at Stone Mountain. 

FACT CHECK: Williams Press Release on Hill Voting Record, Legislation

The Republican primary for Georgia Governor is heating up and one candidate is calling out another for his voting record...but it turns out - they voted mostly the same. #FactCheck #GeorgiaPol

GOP Gubernatorial Candidate Slams Opponent for Leaving Senate Seat to Run...

Williams said Hill 'abandoned his seat' which allowed the seat to go to Democrats, but before Hunter Hill, the seat was a blue seat.

Crowded races for Atlanta mayor, vacant state lawmaker seats

Voters electing a new mayor for Atlanta and filling a handful of vacancies in the Georgia Legislature will find no shortage of choices on the ballot.

GA Dept. of Corrections Seizes 7,000 Contraband Items in 3 Months

The Georgia Department of Corrections seized more than 7,400 items in the third quarter of the year, according to their latest report.

Georgia Court: No right to copy court reporter’s recordings

The court ruling: court records include only materials filed with the court. The recordings at issue weren’t filed with the court.

Cagle pushing “Sportsmen” Endorsements

Just as hunting season kicked off, Lieutenant Governor and candidate for Georgia Governor in 2018 has announced his 'Sportsmen for Cagle' coaltion. 

Candidate advocating for term limits on GA Lt. Governor seat

Three Republicans are vying for the spot to serve as Georgia's next Lieutenant Governr but one of them is making waves by supporting an initiative that would limit his time he would serve.