Governor awards $30 million for homelessness  

Funding from the American Rescue Plan (ARPA) continues to roll out – $1.9 trillion is a lot of money. The state-directed portion of the funds totaled up to $195.3 billion split out between the 50 states and the District of Columbia. Final rules on the spending were issued by the U.S. Treasury in January this year, after the ARPA’s passage in March of 2021.

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New Atlanta center takes aim at homelessness, crime

Since taking office in January Atlanta Mayor Andre Dickens’ chief priority has been addressing the city’s surging violent crime rate.  Not far behind that, the city’s homelessness problem and related issues regarding mental health, substance abuse, and then of course the crime that so often accompanies them.  

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Abrams’ big problem

Democratic gubernatorial candidate Stacey Abrams continues to trail Gov. Brian Kemp in the polls as we approach the final sprint to election day, and her problem may lie in a surprising place.  A recent AJC poll conducted by UGA’s School of Policy and International Affairs, and supported by the results of other recent polls, shows her with 79% support from black voters.  That may sound like a lot – but Democrats in Georgia typically need to be above 90% to win statewide races.  A big part of that is from Kemp continuing to run on his record from the past four years and making inroads with the black community – but if those numbers hold Abrams’ chances of winning will be SINKING…

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