Let’s talk about sex, baby

May 9, 2022 Tara Woodin 0

Before the Supreme Court handed down its decision in Roe v. Wade nearly 50 years ago, abortions were still performed in nonsterile back-alley rooms, often not by trained physicians, by methods such as the wire […]

Arts & Living

The rise and fall of the Okefenokee Protection Act

March 29, 2022 Cole Podany 0

Few bills involving environmental issues receive widespread bipartisan support, with Republicans and Democrats tending to disagree on the details. The Okefenokee Protection Act, though, was widely backed by both Republicans and Democrats. The bill, proposed […]


Buckhead fights to form own Cityhood

February 22, 2022 Tara Woodin 0

Many relationships have suffered throughout the pandemic, and Atlanta is no exception.  Over the last couple of years, the rise in crime led to Buckhead filing for a divorce from the city. The battle to […]


State legislatures redraw voting lines

February 8, 2022 Tara Woodin 0

In December, Governor Brian Kemp approved Georgia redistricting that redrew district lines and introduced new districting maps for Gwinnett, Athens-Clarke and Cobb County. The ink from Kemp’s signature was not yet dry before lawsuits challenged […]


Baristas at the ballot box

February 8, 2022 Adam Duffy 0

The nation is currently facing its most significant labor movement in almost a century. The people who pour your coffee and misspell your names on cups are at the forefront of this movement. Starbucks locations […]

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