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Sunday, September 24, 2023
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Our tenth episode covers the major bipartisan changes to a bill on voting fraud and the circumstances that expecting parents face when it comes to out-of-pocket expenses throughout a pregnancy.
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The Georgia state budget is a cause for concern for some legislators who believe the spending is too high.
In this episode, we take a look at state budget initiatives, new programs for elementary students, and new housing for college students.
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On this episode, the Fresh Take Georgia team discusses Crossover Day and gives an overview of which bills did or did not make the cut.
Luke Manget, an assistant professor of history at Dalton State College, conducted 10 years of research on the little-known history of the Appalachian ginseng trade and the intricacies of the shared economy.
Georgia Senators failed to pass a bill that would use public education funds to create private school voucher scholarships for Georgia students.
KSU alumnus Raymond Goslow on his “Jeopardy!”: Blonde, white man speaking at podium with KSU BANNER
Raymond Goslow won second place in the “Jeopardy! National College Championship” as a senior at Kennesaw State and now works for the Cobb public library system.
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Mental health counselor Jacob Dreiling says he has noticed more students having suicidal thoughts. Georgia state Rep. Mesha Mainor said she wants to mandate suicide screenings at the beginning of each academic year for all public school students ages 8 through 18.
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Sonny Perdue will lead the University System of Georgia, starting April 1, after being nominated as sole finalist for chancellor two weeks ago.
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Georgia senators passed SB 514, which would allow parents to opt their child out of school mask mandates through June of 2027.