Eye-opening runoff results

It was an exciting runoff night in Georgia, as several incumbents were knocked off and establishment and outside candidates locked horns in a pair of congressional races that will more than likely decide who will go to Washington D.C. in 2021.  

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Bill sponsor says new law will cut prescription costs

A group of Georgia lawmakers went into the 2020 session looking for ways to reduce the cost of prescriptions and improving regulations on pharmacy benefits managers (PBMs) that operate in the state. One of those legislators was Rep. David Knight (R-Griffin), who listed this as a top priority.

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No more Turner Field?

Originally constructed as Centennial Olympic Stadium ahead of the 1996 games, the 85,000 seat venue was repurposed into Turner Field the following year, housing the Atlanta Braves until they moved to Cobb County in 2017.  At that point it became Georgia State Stadium, the home of the GSU Panthers’ football team.  Monday it was announced that the stadium will have a new name, pending expected USG approval – Center Parc Credit Union Stadium.  The company will pay $21.5 million for the naming rights, which it will keep for 15 years.  That’s a nice chunk of change for a school that, like all others, could use the cash in the midst of the pandemic.  The new name might not exactly roll off the tongue, but fiscally it has GSU RISING…

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