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Georgia senator who called for Fulton DA probe suspended from GOP caucus

ajc.com > politics

...The state Senate Republican Caucus has suspended a North Georgia lawmaker who recently called to defund the Fulton County district attorney in response... ...to investigate Fulton County District Attorney Fani Willis.... ...Born in Queens, New York, and raised in northern Virginia, Maya attended Spelman College and then the University of Maryland for a master's degree... ...Courtesy of Georgia Tech Athletics...

favicon ajc.com —  6+ hour, 47+ min ago

Forsyth arena clears procedural speed bump, moves to county leaders

ajc.com > news

...The Atlanta Regional Commission recently finished its Development of Regional Impact (DRI) study on The Gathering at South Forsyth, which combines... ...the path for consideration by Forsyth County officials.... ...Ferrara, a former NFL finance director who also led Arizona State University’s campaign to build Mullett Arena, said pro hockey in Forsyth is a different... ...Atlanta Regional Commission Credit: Atlanta Regional Commission One design aspect the DRI review questioned was whether it had enough parking spaces...

favicon ajc.com —  3+ hour, 44+ min ago

Winners and losers: Georgia political scientists weigh in on the GOP debate

ajc.com > politics

...A number of political journalists, including The Atlanta Journal-Constitution’s Greg Bluestein, described the second GOP presidential debate in Simi... ...Even Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis said in a post-debate interview that “if I was at home watching that, I would have changed the channel.”... ...I wouldn't classify anyone as a clear loser, but (former Vice President Mike) Pence and (North Dakota) Gov.... ...Karen Owen is an associate professor of political science and dean of the honors college at the University of West Georgia....

favicon ajc.com —  4+ hour, 7+ min ago

U.S. Senate flips on dress code as Georgia legislators make AJC best-dressed list

ajc.com > politics

...In Washington, Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer last week changed the dress code so that male colleagues were no longer required to wear a coat... ...Georgia’s legislative chambers have similar dress codes, requiring attire that is “appropriate” to the General Assembly.... ...Katie Dempsey, R-Rome; Greg Dolezal, R-Cumming; Matthew Gambill, R-Cartersville; Sonya Halpern, D-Atlanta; Emanuel Jones, D-Decatur; Donna McLeod... ...Michelle Au, D-Johns Creek (now serves in House); Terry England, R-Auburn; El-Mahdi Holly, D-Stockbridge; Billy Hickman, R-Statesboro; Kim Jackson...

favicon ajc.com —  12+ hour, 3+ min ago

Gwinnett schools recognized for students’ reading skills

ajc.com > education

...Eight Gwinnett County elementary schools were recognized by the Georgia Department of Education for their students’ reading proficiency.... ...Anderson-Livsey Elementary was recognized for improving from about 52% of third graders reading on or above grade level in the 2022 Georgia Milestones... ...Josh Reyes covers Gwinnett County Public Schools for the Atlanta Journal-Constitution.... ...He graduated from Christopher Newport University with a B.A. in English....

favicon ajc.com —  5+ hour, 16+ min ago

Growing interest in home hospice as an option for terminally ill patients

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...Like former President Jimmy Carter, who turns 99 on Sunday, many U.S. residents are turning to home hospice care when they’re diagnosed with a terminal... ...Hospice care is not for those seeking treatment to cure a disease or illness.... ...David Mathis, a professor of medicine at Mercer University, and vice chairman of the Department of Medicine.... ...Votsmier Endowed Chair at the St. Louis University School of Nursing....

favicon ajc.com —  7+ hour, 58+ min ago

State amends Rivian’s incentive agreement to reflect delayed timeline

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...State and local officials amended their economic development agreement with Rivian this week to give the electric vehicle manufacturer two more years... ...to meet key investment milestones related to the company’s planned $5 billion factory an hour east of Atlanta.... ...Cox Enterprises, owner of The Atlanta Journal-Constitution, owns about a 4% stake in Rivian. The Carter Center... ...The Georgia Department of Economic Development and Joint Development Authority of Jasper (JDA), Morgan, Newton and Walton Counties added that the...

favicon ajc.com —  8+ hour, 2+ min ago

Emory announces $100,000 Max Cooper prize in field of immunology

ajc.com > news > health-news

...Cooper, who is 90, joined Emory in 2008 and is a professor with the Emory Vaccine Center and Emory University School of Medicine.... ...The annual “Emory Max Cooper Prize in Immunology” is a $100,000 prize that will reward researchers contributing to the advancement of immunology.... ...Cooper is a Georgia Research Alliance Eminent Scholar and professor in the Department of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine at Emory University School... ...of Medicine and a member of the Emory Vaccine Center and the Center for AIDS Research....

favicon ajc.com —  7+ hour, 35+ min ago

Miscount inflated number of Georgia medical marijuana patients

ajc.com > politics

...The Georgia Department of Public Health confirmed Wednesday it found “anomalies” that caused its counts to include patients whose Low THC Oil cards... ...Georgia health officials miscounted and overstated the number of registered medical marijuana patients for years, incorrectly reporting about 50,000... ...“The demand is certainly there for patients in need,” said Andrew Turnage, executive director for the Georgia Access to Medical Cannabis Commission... ...“It is disappointing to find out that the information the state has provided is inaccurate,” said Botanical Sciences CEO Gary Long....

favicon ajc.com —  12+ hour, 3+ min ago

Opinion: HBCUs foster entrepreneurship and job creation and change lives

ajc.com > education

...The AJC guest columns will also speak to those themes. Today, Clark Atlanta University President George T.... ...The White House is hosting the 2023 National HBCU Week Conference in Arlington, Virginia, this week with the theme of “Raising the Bar: Forging Excellence... ...Here are links to three guest columns that have already appeared: Harry Williams of the Thurgood Marshall College Fund, David A.... ...A study by the United Negro College Fund and the Thurgood Marshall College Fund found that HBCUs generate $14.8 billion in economic impact annually...

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