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  1. Iraq War veteran loses leg, now patrols GeorgiaRead the original story w/Photo

    2 hrs ago | Stars and Stripes

    ... may have been troopers who were hurt on the job and returned as amputees, but at his graduation he said Gov. Nathan Deal announced Smith as the first amputee to graduate from the school. Smith, who is from Macon and now lives in Warner Robins, works ...

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  2. Why are commissioners holding District 5 hostage?Read the original story

    2 hrs ago | Cross Roads News

    ... right. This time, it's representation for all of DeKalb County's residents. One year and six months after Gov. Nathan Deal appointed District 5 Commissioner Lee May interim CEO, the 140,000 residents of District 5 still have no one on the board to ...

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  3. Pressure mounts to fill DeKalb's BOC District 5 seatRead the original story w/Photo

    4 hrs ago | On Common Ground News

    ... elected as the District 5 commissioner, has been serving as DeKalb's interim CEO for the last 18 months. Gov. Nathan Deal appointed May, who was the presiding officer of the board at the time, to temporarily replace Burrell Ellis, who was suspended ...

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  4. Severe Weather Preparedness Week provides daily exercisesRead the original story w/Photo

    6 hrs ago | Cross Roads News

    ... Emergency Management Agency/Homeland Security's Ready Georgia campaign once again is joining forces with Gov. Nathan Deal to raise awareness about the importance of emergency preparedness in the face of severe weather events, including tornadoes and ...

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  5. Jan 30, 2015,Read the original story w/Photo

    6 hrs ago | Cross Roads News

    Gov. Nathan Deal will pick from a short list of eight lawyers to fill a vacant seat on the DeKalb State Court bench and a soon-to-be-vacant seat on the DeKalb Superior Court bench. Among the lawyers submitted to Deal by the Judicial Nominating Commission on Jan. 26 are DeKalb Chief Assistant District Attorney Nicole M. Golden, state Rep. Mike Jacobs, and former DeKalb State Court Judge J. Antonio DelCampo.

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  6. An idea that will come back and bite usRead the original story w/Photo

    8 hrs ago | The Times-Herald

    Gov. Nathan Deal's proposal to cut health care coverage for certain part-time public school employees makes perfect sense. Under the plan, coverage would be dropped for non-certified school employees who work less than 30 hours a week.

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  7. Fulton Schools Superintendent named to Education Reform CommissionRead the original story w/Photo

    11 hrs ago | On Common Ground News

    Fulton County Schools' Superintendent Robert Avossa has been appointed to a newly- formed committee to study education in Georgia and make recommendations for improvement. The Education Reform Commission, appointed by Gov. Nathan Deal, will study Georgia's education system, including its funding formula, and make recommendations intended to improve the system.

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  8. Avossa to serve on governor's Education Reform CommitteeRead the original story

    14 hrs ago | John's Creek Herald

    With education improvements at the forefront of political agendas in Georgia, Fulton Schools Superintendent Robert Avossa could play a key role in driving change. Last week, Gov. Nathan Deal named Avossa to serve on the newly formed Education Reform Committee, tasked with making recommendations for improvements to the state's public school system.

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  9. Allegations Heat Up as House District 50 Race Winds DownRead the original story w/Photo

    14 hrs ago | Patch.com

    ... Friday is the last day to vote ahead of the Feb. 3 runoff. The winner will replace Riley, who was tapped by Gov. Nathan Deal to serve as the state's revenue commissioner. Stewart has been accused of misrepresenting her duties while working with the ...

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  10. Deal asks lawmakers to fund more education opportunities for inmatesRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jan 22 | Sandy Springs Neighbor

    Gov. Nathan Deal asked lawmakers to invest more in educating state prison inmates and promised in his budget address on Thursday that the expense would pay off for the individuals and Georgia's economy when they are released. Deal spoke to the General Assembly's Joint Appropriations Committee days after revealing his budget proposal with about $280 million in fresh funding for schools, a small raise for state employees and more money to hire child-welfare employees.

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  11. Savannah Harbor project begins with historic ship recoveryRead the original story w/Photo

    17 hrs ago | Business Journal

    ... lawmakers authorized last year for the project. In the meantime, the state is dipping into the $266 million Gov. Nathan Deal and the General Assembly have committed to the work.

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  12. Chaparral, Robalo Boats recieve Industry of the Year award from Berrien County chamberRead the original story w/Photo

    18 hrs ago | Boating Industry

    ... Industry of the Year Award and also received personalized Commendations previously awarded by Georgia Governor Nathan Deal in celebration of Chaparral's 50th Anniversary. Chaparral Boats is located in Nashville, GA and currently employs over 650 ...

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  13. GA: House Leaders Unveil $1B Transportation PlanRead the original story w/Photo

    21 hrs ago | Mass Transit

    ... to maintain the state's current system of roads, bridges and transit. Ralston, Lt. Gov. Casey Cagle and Gov. Nathan Deal have all publicly given support for raising revenue for transportation, but had not yet offered specifics of where that new ...

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  14. GAPT: Driver health funding cuts could worsen shortage, hurt recruitmentRead the original story

    Yesterday | School Bus Fleet

    A proposal to cut health funding for part-time school bus drivers would exacerbate a driver shortage, and remove a valuable recruitment and retention tool as well as a large chunk of driver compensation, according to the Georgia Association for Pupil Transportation . As The Atlanta-Journal Constitution previously reported , Gov. Nathan Deal proposed the cuts in the State Health Benefit Plan in the fiscal year 2016 state budget for school bus drivers and other state employees who work less than 30 hours a week, or six hours a day.

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  15. Students will give help, get hands-on experience with new graduation...Read the original story

    Wednesday | Athens Banner-Herald

    ... of Business near the intersection of Brumby and Lumpkin streets is also "beginning to come together," and Gov. Nathan Deal included $43 million for a second business school building in his proposed capital outlay budget for the 2016 fiscal year, ...

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  16. Blocked media access during jury selection by judge plays a role in KJ7 trialRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Examiner.com

    ... after the incumbent at the time--Elliot McCollum-- passed away a month after the July 2012 primary . Governor Nathan Deal had appointed Mitchell to serve out the rest of McCollum's term which would have ended in January 2013. During jury selection, ...

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  17. More Read the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | WTOC-TV Savannah

    The Georgia State Capitol will be taking on a coastal flavor on Thursday, as lawmakers will be taking part in "Savannah-Chatham Day." It is a chance for local leaders to talk with Governor Nathan Deal and others about what the community needs from the state.

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  18. Jan. 29: Snow socks ATL-- againRead the original story w/Photo

    Jan 29, 2014 | Examiner.com

    ... and traveled on foot to hotels or makeshift shelters at service stations and grocery stores. Georgia Governor Nathan Deal, Atlanta Mayor Kasim Reed, and other public officials publicly accepted blame for the inadequate government preparation that ...

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  19. Gov. Nathan Deal unveils 2015 Georgia tourism guideRead the original story

    Yesterday | Athens Banner-Herald

    Officials unveiled the 2015 Georgia travel guide during an event at the Capitol recognizing the tourism industry's impact on the state. Gov. Nathan Deal and Georgia Department of Economic Development Commissioner Chris Carr unveiled the guide Tuesday during Tourism, Hospitality and Arts Day at the Capitol.

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  20. GA Lawmakers Make Changes To Cannabis Oil BillRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | WTVC

    ... said Gilley. That's why Gilley said she supported in-state growing and distribution in the law. But Governor Nathan Deal didn't, saying he needed to see more research. Some residents told NewsChannel9 that they agree. Ricky Nelson said he would ...

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