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  Georgia uses its unique network of psychoeducational schools as a "dumping ground" for unwanted students with disabilities,... [Read More]
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The Georgia company that made some of Las Vegas shooter Stephen Paddock's assault rifles is reportedly laying off as many as one-third of its employees.... [Read More]
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When politicians refuse to consider gun control measures, the conventional wisdom is that it's because Republican officials are in the thrall of the National Rifle... [Read More]
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The Atlanta-based Centers for Disease Control and Prevention is reportedly cracking down on the release of information to the public by its scientists and other... [Read More]
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Metro Atlanta braces for a weakened - but still dangerous - Hurricane Irma... [Read More]
Exactly 50 years after the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. [Read More]
A federal lawsuit alleging that Georgia discriminates against students with disabilities is on hold indefinitely. U.S. District Judge Eleanor L. Ross issued... [Read More]
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Legislation unveiled Wednesday at the Georgia Capitol would let adults who were sexually abused as c... [Read More]
  Following reports of decades-old sexual abuse at a northwest Georgia boarding school, state lawmakers will consider giving... [Read More]
President Donald Trump may yet rejuvenate coal mining or bring manufacturing jobs back to the United States. But his election already seems to have been... [Read More]
More former students from a northwest Georgia boarding school are coming forward to report they were sexually abused in the 1970s and 1980s. ... [Read More]
The largest private boarding school in Georgia tolerated years of sexual misconduct by at least one... [Read More]
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