Last week Gov. Brian Kemp unveiled HB 534, his attempt to curb the recent rash of street racing that has plagued Atlanta’s roads over the past year.  Notably absent from the presser was Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms, who has been pilloried for her (lack of) efforts to stamp out the ongoing issue.  Unlike the relationship between former Gov. Nathan Deal and former Mayor Kasim Reed, which was downright jovial at times and led to a great deal of success for both city and state, Kemp and Bottoms have often found themselves at odds.  From COVID-related shutdown policies to the handling of last summer’s protests-turned-riots, and now street racing, their relationship continues to SINK…

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