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ATLANTA — Students, lawyers, public officials, public employees and the general public interested in open government are invited to attend UGA School of Law’s First Amendment Clinic and Georgia First Amendment Foundation's  virtual training session to learn about accessing government records and the right to attend public meetings. 

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ATLANTA —  It’s been two weeks since Valdosta resident Christy Vrandopulo talked to her fiance,’ “Noor,” an Afghan soldier who trained at Moody Air Force Base for about two years; he was in Kabul Aug. 12 as the Taliban began its takeover of the city. 

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TAHLEQUAH, Oklahoma – State GOP Chairman John Bennett, already under fire for a recent Facebook post comparing the treatment of unvaccinated Americans to the persecution of Jews in the Holocaust, made other baseless claims when he spoke to the Cherokee County Chapter of the Oklahoma 2nd Amendment Association Tuesday night.

As the United States tries to return to global dominance, the recovery must not forget the most essential asset we have: women in the workforce. Due to the global pandemic, women have exited the workforce nearly four times as much as men, according to the United States Labor Department in a September 2020 report.

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2020 was disastrous for so many people who were affected by the coronavirus. The number of lives lost, the number of businesses that closed, and the mental effects of being locked down could have lasting damage for the American people.

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BLUEFIELD — On Tuesday afternoon, just 24 hours ahead of his party taking control of the Senate and handing him chairmanship of the Senate Energy and Natural Resources Committee, Sen. Joe Manchin, the centrist if not conservative West Virginia Democrat, said he will continue to vote his conscience – as he has, he says, the last decade.