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Big business against voter laws: Several business people walkg away with green blurred filter.
Big business has ratcheted up its objections to proposals that would make it harder to vote, with several hundred companies and executives signing a new statement opposing "any discriminatory legislation."
Closeup of ftack of folded newspapers sitting on a table
Gov. Brian Kemp told business leaders Monday he will sign legislation to expand economic opportunities for Georgians in Cobb County.
Closeup of Delta airplane taking off in clear blue sky
When executives from Coca-Cola and Delta Air Lines spoke out against Georgia's new voting law as unduly restrictive last week, it seemed to signal a new activism springing from corporate America.
Georgia voters standing at outdoor protest- one holding sign saying "We shuld be registered automaticaly"
Some of Georgia's most prominent corporate leaders on Wednesday began to more forcefully criticize the state's sweeping new election law, acknowledging concerns of civil rights activists and Black business executives who say the measure targets non-white voters and threatens the democratic process.
Energy: Closeup of person's hands connecting high-voltage plug in plant sanding in front of multiple battery bank
In our seventh weekly podcast episode of Gold Dome Debrief we cover Georgia's legislative debate over election bills in the state House and Senate, the future of energy in the state, and the progress of a bill that would allow home-schooled students to engage in extracurricular activities in public schools. #gapol
Parental leave: Parents stand in front of homewith child in the background
ATLANTA – In the weeks following the birth of her firstborn child, Georgia high school teacher Melody Montgomery’s world revolved around the quiet moments spent with her daughter sleeping peacefully in her lap.
Budget Woes: Logo in gold and white on navy blue DBHDD GA Dept Behavioral Health and developmental Disabilities.
The Georgia Department of Behavioral Health and Developmental Disabilities is unlikely to see a restoration of the $91 million cut from its budget in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic last year.
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