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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.
The Georgia Legislature is considering a bill that would make the state the latest to ban discrimination against individuals with physical and mental disabilities in the organ transplant process.
Season 1 Episode 4 — Feb. 05, 2021 In our fourth podcast episode of Gold Dome Debrief we cover campus free speech and free speech areas, police reform and reflections on Black History month. #gapol Gold Dome Debrief is a weekly...
The COVID-19 vaccination rollout is off to a rocky start in Georgia, and teachers are anxious to claim their spots in line. In the meantime, many are back in schools, putting on a brave face for students and expressing alarm among friends. Babette DeLaune is a retired K-12 educator. She retired two years ago, after 14 years teaching in Clayton County, and another 12 in Cherokee County.
In episode three of our weekly Gold Dome Debrief podcast we discuss the Georgia First Amendment Foundation's annual Season 3 Episide 3 — Legislature breakfast, Georgia's WIN list of endorsed legislators and Governor Kemp's proposed legislation to combat human trafficking. #gapol
In our second episode of Gold Dome Debrief, we continue our discussion on security for the state Capitol, provide an update on Georgia’s COVID-19 vaccination rates and detail how the state’s budget is shaping up. #gapol
In our first season’s premiere episode of Gold Dome Debrief we discuss security for the state Capitol, COVID-19 regulations at the Capitol and Georgia’s COVID-19 vaccination rate. #gapol

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