Eight Georgia State University students were arrested for refusing to leave a building they occupied to protest a state Supreme Court decision rejecting in-state college tuition for illegal aliens. Their continued lawbreaking isn’t doing much good for their cause– namely, supporting Senate Bill 44 by ultraliberal Sen. Nan Orrock, D-Atlanta, granting lower in-state tuition costs and better college access to untold thousands of illegals. With critics maintaining SB. 44 enables the stealing of coveted college admission slots from citizens and legal students, chances for its passage are SINKING…
It was inevitable that some Georgia state reps. would be dismayed by the proposed redistricted map, the first draft of which was unveiled this week. Eight representatives, six Democrats and two Republicans, have been drawn into the same districts. Among those – Democratic Reps. Sam Park and Greg Kennard of Lawrenceville, Reps. Teri Anulewicz and Doug Stoner of Smyrna, and Republican Reps. Beth Camp of Concord and David Knight of Griffin. The maps will be debated and potentially updated during the special session but for incumbent legislators drawn into the same districts the ship is DRIFTING…
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