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Breaking – OpinionSavvy poll shows Ossoff up big, Handel strong 2nd

A new poll from OpinionSavvy for Fox 5 News shows Democrat Jon Ossoff with a big lead in the 6th District Congressional race.

With a strong 40% of the vote, Ossoff leads a crowded 18 candidate field that seeks to replace former Congressman Tom Price, who vacated the position to join President Donald Trump’s cabinet as Secretary of Health and Human Services.

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Stonecrest mayor sees big opportunities

Jason Lary, who was elected first mayor of Stonecrest on Tuesday, knows his city got the biggest break possible about a month ago when developers announced plans for a massive sports complex in his city. Now, the city has its identity that is more than a shopping mall. “It is the best thing that could have happened,” he said of the complex. “Now, we are a city of destination.”

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Big field lines up for state Senate seat

The race for Georgia’s 6th Congressional District may have garnered national attention, but it’s not the only contest on the ballot in Cobb County on April 18th. An 8 person field is competing for the seat of former state Sen. Judson Hill, who vacated the position earlier this year to run for Congress.

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Ga. 6th Congressional District GOP Forums

The 6th District Republican Party organization will conduct three forums with the “top five” Republican candidates for the U.S. congressional seat that was held by the resigned Dr. Tom Price. The five selections will be determined by current polling, according to Chairman Michael Fitzgerald.

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State Takes Another Step Opening Up Alcohol Laws

Day 36 at the Gold Dome saw the passage of Senate Bill 85, relating to malt beverages (some of which are known as beer) and also distilled spirits, “so as to provide for the limited sale of malt beverages at retail by manufacturers (sometimes known as craft brewers) of malt beverages.” The bill passed the Senate and House nearly unanimously, by votes of 49-2 and 147-14, respectively.

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Two Georgias: enough already

The “infinite monkey theorem” holds that, given an infinite amount of time, a chimpanzee hitting random keys at a keyboard will almost surely produce a literary text. Think Shakespeare’s sonnets or “King Lear,” for example. While the Georgia Legislature doesn’t have an infinite timeline, it only has a constitutionally prescribed 40 days to work its magic. And it has adeptly juggled some rather random legislation.

March Madness on Campus and in the Courts; Remembering When We Defeated Georgia Tech

College basketball’s March Madness officially started Thursday, but this month’s stories of campus controversies have already been lighting up the scoreboard. A renowned conservative scholar and liberal professor are shouted down and physically abused by a mob. Students are caught on camera openly admitting to double standards when it comes to religious freedom.

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Floating Boats

Evans for Governor?
The latest name to pop up in the rumor mill for the 2018 Governor's race is Democratic state Representative Stacey Evans of Smyrna.  The popular lawyer has been a key figure in HOPE Scholarship legislation, and would immediately be a frontrunner in a Democratic field that will also likely include Georgia House Minority Leader Stacey Abrams.  There are still many twists and turns to go in this race but Evans' name being floated for the state's top spot has her ship...
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