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"… Congress that has rarely been able to agree on much. Rep. Buddy Carter, R-Georgia, had called on his colleagues to support what he called the “good govern …"

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"… lars into several historically Republican-leaning states, such as Arizona, Georgia and Texas, where Democrats have a small, but growing chance of winning. T …"

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"… ributions from the insurance industry. Even then, there are loopholes. In Georgia, for example, insurers are prohibited from donating to commissioner candid …"

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"… de for crime victims' rights to the state's November ballot as well. And a Georgia payday lending company is financing support for one measure and opposition …"

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"… eadly mineral long used in building materials — in the past three years. Georgia has handed over asbestos enforcement to the EPA, and Connecticut is consid …"

"… 09, the EPA has carried out enforcement of federal asbestos regulations on Georgia’s behalf because of state budget reductions. In May, the EPA wrote in a …"

"… udget reductions. In May, the EPA wrote in a separate internal review that Georgia officials had also blocked the agency from reviewing state air penalty rec …"

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"… he Millennium Challenge Corporation, a U.S. federal foreign aid agency. In Georgia, Glocoms was picked as a procurement agent for a nearly $300-million proje …"

"… woman Laura Allen. The same year, the MCC suspended Glocoms’ contract in Georgia after the inspector general for the Agency for International Development o …"

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"… . One woman, who identified herself as a 78-year-old Trump supporter from Georgia, told a Center for Public Integrity reporter she would “make sure you ne …"

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"… in the Center for American Progress Action Fund’s rankings. Neighboring Georgia received the lowest possible mark in ballot accessibility. Located in the …"

"… owest possible mark in ballot accessibility. Located in the Black Belt of Georgia, Americus has been a battleground for voting access and representation iss …"

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"… ly have challenged states’ registration purges, including those in Ohio, Georgia, Kansas and Iowa, contending that black, Latino, poor, young and homeless …"

"… ile race appeared to affect the removal of voters in rural Hancock County, Georgia. In Vermillion County, Indiana, a shrinking population accounted for large …"

"… on.” By contrast, few people leave Sparta, the seat of Hancock County, Georgia, where race appeared to play a critical role in a voter purge in 2015. Han …"

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"… voter ID at the polls. This year, News21 reviewed cases in Arizona, Ohio, Georgia, Texas and Kansas, where politicians have expressed concern about voter fr …"

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"… an Nicholas Peters and operates dozens of Taco Bell franchises in Alabama, Georgia, Florida, Mississippi and South Carolina. In its first weeks of existence …"

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"… residents because he lacked a license to practice law there. Officials in Georgia, Rhode Island and North Carolina later issued similar orders. Litvin push …"

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"… nciple is still assessing next steps, according to Maria Strollo Zack, the Georgia lobbyist and former Newt Gingrich presidential campaign staffer who contro …"

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"… Sarah Barr for the Juvenile Justice Information Exchange. JONESBORO, Georgia — Leandra Phommavongsay began his speech to the dozen or so teenagers ga …"

"… laces he hadn’t ever expected to go when he was growing up in small-town Georgia, south of Atlanta. “I just came from San Francisco. I’m not sure you …"

"… in prison.” Second Chance Court is the kind of program counties across Georgia have deployed as part of an ongoing juvenile justice reform effort than be …"

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"… I get so many requests for money,” said Clair Saxton, 93, of Cherry Log, Georgia. “The only one[s] I’m giving anything to [are] Dr. Carson and the chur …"

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"… d even turned to the mobile messaging application Snapchat. At a rally in Georgia on Saturday, attendees could use a Snapchat “geofilter”— locati …"

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"… erica, has helped pass bills only in Alaska, North Dakota, Mississippi and Georgia so far. But it also has the backing of ALEC, which posted model compa …"

"… its tax return, with successful resolutions passed in Michigan, Louisiana, Georgia and Indiana. The task force has targeted 13 more states in 2016: Washingt …"

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"… any’s officers, though it listed its headquarters address in Alpharetta, Georgia, and noted it had 73 stores in Virginia. LoanMax noted that it had report …"

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"… states?” he said. The title loan industry, which is dominated by three Georgia-based companies, has come under fire from consumer advocates and some lawm …"

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"… the service. He held a series of trucking, sales and factory jobs in Ohio, Georgia and Tennessee after graduating from high school. He moved to Orlando in 20 …"

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"… ing. TitleMax and two other major lending companies — all three based in Georgia — run about 3,000 stores under a slew of eye-catching brand names, such …"

"… ns outstanding as of December 2012, according to the filing. The Savannah, Georgia-based lender nearly doubled its stores from June 2011 to January 2014, rea …"

"… ntegrity tracked $9.1 million in campaign contributions by the three major Georgia-based title lenders during the past decade using state data collected by t …"

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"… ge their businesses. The title loan industry, which is dominated by three Georgia-based companies, has come under fire from consumer advocates and some lawm …"

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"… C- grade (Iowa’s overall score actually dropped modestly). In Georgia, good government groups latched on to the state’s worst-in-the-nation ra …"

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"… p floor of the capitol that's watching.  …"

"… here's not enough oversight and accountability built into the operation of Georgia's state government, which led to some unethical behavior and a high risk o …"

"… behavior and a high risk of corruption over the past two years and earned Georgia a score of D-, placing it 24th in the State Integrity Investigation, a nat …"

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"… ., during its multi-day, “off-the-record” summit at a luxury resort in Georgia, he was supposed to file paperwork with the Senate Office of Public Record …"

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"… r balance sheets, according to The Wall Street Journal. Rep. Scott of Georgia, at a February Financial Services hearing, urged regulators from five agen …"

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"… Nine months later, U.S. Reps. Hal Rogers of Kentucky and Jack Kingston of Georgia, both Republicans, asked the GAO to conduct the study that led to this wee …"

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"… Suttles told the EPA that each of the six states his group represents — Georgia, North Carolina, South Carolina, Alabama, Virginia and Tennessee — ranks …"

"… igh in terms of adverse health effects from coal-fired plants. “Atlanta, Georgia, and Richmond, Virginia, experience some of the worst health effects from …"

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"… dismayed that so many Republican governors, including Gov. Nathan Deal of Georgia, where Sullivan was born and still lives, have refused to expand the Medic …"

"… Tampa in 2012. Sullivan told the journalists Thursday that, in his view, Georgia can’t afford not to expand Medicaid. Not only would the expansion bring …"

"… pand Medicaid. Not only would the expansion bring hundreds of thousands of Georgians into coverage, the millions of dollars the federal government would send …"

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"… ending the summit in The Hague — that signed the pledge include Algeria, Georgia, Kazakhstan, Morocco, Turkey and the United Arab Emirates, as well as a nu …"

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