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"… tes do not include either sexual orientation or gender identity. Arkansas, Georgia, South Carolina, Indiana and Wyoming have no hate crime laws at all. In M …"

"… ck a hate crime, claiming King was targeted for her race and religion, but Georgia has no hate crime laws. The case is ongoing; Painter is charged with felon …"

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"… broader convention of states resolution has passed in at least 12 states: Georgia, Alaska, Florida, Alabama, Tennessee, Indiana, Oklahoma, Louisiana, Arizon …"

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"… Abrams is running for the Democratic nomination in Tuesday’s primary in Georgia. $1.9 million: What Rep. Beto O'Rourke, D-Texas, who is challenging Repub …"

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"… ng a hearing. The bill’s only co-sponsor so far is Sen. David Purdue of Georgia. But Trump endorsed the proposals in August, with a tweet claiming that th …"

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"… te-sector workers: Missouri, New Hampshire, New York, Virginia, Tennessee, Georgia, Hawaii, New Mexico and Pennsylvania. Three states — New York, Hawaii an …"

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"… am has discussed revisiting places it’s been like Virginia, tapping into Georgia’s governor’s race and partnering with other 501(c)(4) organizations in …"

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"… assess fees of between $2,600 and $8,000 annually per attachment, and a “Georgia municipality is considering an annual fee of $6,000 per node.” Crown Cas …"

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"… s of New York. $40.80: How much Republican Rep. Karen Handel, who won the Georgia special election last year, spent at the Trump International Hotel for foo …"

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"… ugher with our trading partners — some economists believe that Northwest Georgia wouldn’t become a beneficiary, but a victim. Big time. >>Keep readin …"

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"… llion: Approximate amount outside political groups spent to sway voters in Georgia’s 6th congressional district special election. 5:42: Ratio of the non-c …"

"… ecial election. 5:42: Ratio of the non-candidate groups actually based in Georgia to those based elsewhere. Together, Georgia-based groups spent less than $ …"

"… idate groups actually based in Georgia to those based elsewhere. Together, Georgia-based groups spent less than $100,000. $5.2 million: Amount super PAC Hig …"

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"… now and then but it can make you sick.” Across the country, in Albany, Georgia, three separate areas of groundwater are polluted with cyanide and chlorof …"

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"… ns from the since-built Sabal Trail pipeline, which runs from Alabama into Georgia and Florida. At a D.C. appellate court hearing in April, judges asked a FE …"

"… Sabal Trail pipeline burrowing beneath their tree farm in Mitchell County, Georgia, so the company took them to court twice — first to get permission to su …"

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"… ll likely occur. The title-loan industry, which is dominated by the three Georgia-based companies, has come under fire from consumer advocates and some lawm …"

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"… “Are they going to fix potholes or improve public safety?” he asked. …"

"… ot because of its music scene or southern hospitality. Since the start of Georgia’s special election early this year, out-of-state groups — super PACS, …"

"… te groups spending money to influence the election, only five are based in Georgia: Better Georgia, Inc, Engage Georgia, Georgia Life Alliance Action Fund, T …"

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"… than $4 billion over budget. Southern also is over budget on a project in Georgia, an expansion of the Alvin W. Vogtle nuclear plant that the company is pro …"

"… lion. Construction is only about 43 percent complete, and David McKinney, Georgia Power’s vice president of nuclear development, has said the company is a …"

"… d the company is assessing the costs of abandoning the project altogether. Georgians are angry about having to foot the bill. Fighting the Clean Power Plan …"

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"… gns here, a globalist heart beats in this mostly rural corner of Northwest Georgia. In the late 1980s, factories began eagerly hiring Mexican immigrants to …"

"… ugher with our trading partners — some economists believe that Northwest Georgia wouldn’t become a beneficiary, but a victim. Big time. As he crisscros …"

"… ry, even for businesses that don’t export themselves. In fact, Northwest Georgia would get hit with some of the worst job losses in the nation, from manufa …"

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"… suburban Atlanta.  This article was co-published by TIME and Salon. …"

"… cided by the influences coming from the national level and not from within Georgia,” said Liz Hausmann, director of public affairs for the Greater North Fu …"

"… ups independent of any candidate’s campaign have spent $9 million on the Georgia 6th race. Just one of these outside groups spending money to influence th …"

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"… ouse Administration member Barry Loudermilk, a Republican congressman from Georgia, told the Center for Public Integrity. “We should take the opportunity a …"

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"… ontractors and spend taxpayer dollars extravagantly to do so. One audit in Georgia found schools bypassing bidding rules to make purchases from companies wit …"

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"… , Lindsey Graham of South Carolina, Orrin Hatch of Utah, Johnny Isakson of Georgia, John McCain of Arizona, Brian Schatz of Hawaii and Jeanne Shaheen of New …"

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"… Monterey, and the Western Hemisphere Institute for Security Cooperation in Georgia, for instance, IMET students take courses on international law, military e …"

"… , Virginia, and at Army bases in Fort Huachuca, Arizona, and Fort Benning, Georgia. He was jailed in 2013 by a new government, and his trial on charges of co …"

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"… er, Donald was research and project editor at the Savannah Morning News in Georgia. He also taught as an adjunct professor at Northwestern University’s Med …"

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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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