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  1. Georgia lawmakers expected to talk transportation, schools, religionRead the original story

    1 hr ago | Athens Banner-Herald

    Georgia lawmakers' Thursday calendars include a multi-million dollar transportation funding package, Gov. Nathan Deal's proposal to allow state takeover of failing schools and a 'religious freedom' bill. House lawmakers are expected to take up the transportation bill.

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  2. Ga. governor's school takeover amendment passes SenateRead the original story

    1 hr ago | Athens Banner-Herald

    Gov. Nathan Deal's plan to take over schools dubbed "chronically failing" is moving to the Georgia House. The state Senate passed the constitutional amendment on Thursday by a 38-15 vote, exactly the number required.

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  3. Bartow Schools Won't Make Up Missed Snow DaysRead the original story w/Photo

    2 hrs ago | Patch.com

    ... the county the week of Feb. 23-27. Two of the four days missed were declared as state of emergency days by Gov. Nathan Deal and, therefore, will not be made up, said system spokesperson Cheree Dye. "Also, the state allows school systems five days ...

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  4. Georgia lawmakers expected to talk transportation, schools, religionRead the original story w/Photo

    4 hrs ago | Trucker

    Georgia lawmakers' Thursday calendars include a multi-million dollar transportation funding package, Gov. Nathan Deal's proposal to allow state takeover of failing schools and a 'religious freedom' bill. House lawmakers are expected to take up the transportation bill.

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  5. Lawmakers expected to talk transportation, schools, religionRead the original story

    5 hrs ago | WTVM

    Georgia lawmakers' Thursday calendars include a multi-million dollar transportation funding package, Gov. Nathan Deal's proposal to allow state takeover of failing schools and a 'religious freedom' bill. House lawmakers are expected to take up the transportation bill.

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  6. Lawmakers expected to talk transportation, schools, religion ThursdayRead the original story

    8 hrs ago | WDUN-AM Gainesville

    Three provocative pieces of legislation are on track to floor votes in the General Assembly. Georgia lawmakers' Thursday calendars include a multi-million dollar transportation funding package, Gov. Nathan Deal's proposal to allow state takeover of failing schools and a `religious freedom' bill.

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  7. Water War Carries High Price TagRead the original story

    18 hrs ago | Water Online

    Georgia Gov. Nathan Deal recently issued an executive order stating that "the sum of $4,000,000 be transferred from the Governor's Emergency Fund and credited to the appropriation accounts" for the purposes of funding the state's effort in this dispute. "Deal's aides have warned that they may have to dip even deeper into the $11 million emergency fund to continue the legal battle," the Atlanta Journal-Constitution reported .

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  8. Gov. Deal Recognizes The Seydel Companies for Entering into a New International Market in 2014Read the original story

    13 hrs ago | PRWeb

    Scott O. Seydel, Jr. of The Seydel Companies was presented a GLOBE award by Georgia Governor, Nathan Deal and Mary Waters, GDEcD Deputy Commissioner of International Trade on March 2, 2015. Gov. Nathan Deal recognized The Seydel Companies with a GLOBE Award for entering one or more new international markets in 2014.

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  9. Family of Doug Gissendaner issues statementRead the original story w/Photo

    23 hrs ago | WTOC-TV Savannah

    ... Gwinnett County, where Owen beat and stabbed him to death. Several faith leaders delivered a letter to Gov. Nathan Deal Monday morning, asking that he halt the execution. The letter was signed by more than 400 Georgia faith leaders, organizers said. ...

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  10. Another reminder that spring is not yet hereRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | The Chatsworth Times

    ... limbs to fall but the power was was restored to all residents affected by Thursday afternoon. Georgia Governor Nathan Deal issued a state of emergency for 50 northern Georgia counties inculding Murray County on Wednesday. State offices were on ...

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  11. Governor asking all to use alternative commuting optionsRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Feb 20 | Sandy Springs Neighbor

    Staff / Katherine Frye / Gov. Nathan Deal speaks to attendees at a luncheon for Speedway Children's Charities at the Atlanta Motor Speedway. Feb. 20, Gov. Nathan Deal signed a proclamation designating this week, starting Monday and ending Friday, as Telework Week in Georgia.

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  12. Barrow School System staff keep close eye on state budgetRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Barrow County News

    ... past couple of years, local school systems should have the resources." The controversial proposal by Governor Nathan Deal to cut health insurance benefits to part-time school workers like cafeteria workers and bus drivers was in the original budget ...

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  13. Big Government Republicans Use The Left's Scare Tactics To Silence Opponents Of Tax HikesRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | The Daily Caller

    ... than demanding taxpayers fork over more of their hard-earned income. Some Republicans in Georgia, including Gov. Nathan Deal, Speaker David Ralston, and House Transportation Committee Chair Jay Roberts are dead set against reforming government and ...

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  14. Stay Home! It's Telework Week This Week in GeorgiaBy: David DelonyRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | TMCnet

    The Governor of the State of Georgia, Nathan Deal, has declared the week of March 2-6 as "Telework Week." "Teleworking can have an immediate impact on reducing vehicle emissions, traffic congestion, strain on existing infrastructure, air pollution, and increasing commute mobility," Governor Deal said.

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  15. Dept. Of Corrections Postpones All Georgia Executions To Analyze Drugs Used In Lethal InjectionsRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Daily Kos

    ... be executed in Georgia one week from today. NOW is the time to keep up the pressure. Join us in calling Governor Nathan Deal and Attorney General Sam Olens first thing tomorrow morning when their offices open at 9am. Call Governor Nathan Deal at ...

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  16. Tom CrawfordRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | The Times

    ... populated rural Georgia. The picture only looks darker as time goes on. A special committee appointed by Gov. Nathan Deal last year to examine the situation at rural hospitals released a report warning that 15 of these facilities "are considered ...

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  17. Religious Leaders See Delayed Execution As Act Of GodRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Switched

    ... Gissendaner has come from within her own state. About 500 Georgia clergy members have signed a letter to Gov. Nathan Deal (R), asking for Gissendaner's life to be spared. Candlelight vigils were held in seminaries across the country on Monday night. ...

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  18. Georgia woman's execution postponed because drugs appeared 'cloudy'Read the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | WTVR Richmond

    ... in prison, had garnered more than 40,000 signatures as of Monday morning. Organizers plan to deliver it to Gov. Nathan Deal, though in Georgia, the governor has no authority to grant clemency. Gissendaner has become a "powerful voice for good," the ...

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  19. The prognosis is grim for many rural hospitalsRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Effingham Herald

    ... rural Georgia. The picture only looks darker as time goes on. A special committee appointed by Gov. Nathan Deal last year to examine the situation at rural hospitals released a report warning that 15 of these facilities "are considered financially ...

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  20. Georgia "Ban the Box" Policy Crosses Geographic, Political DividesRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | JD Supra

    Republican Governor Nathan Deal signed an executive order this past week adopting a "ban the box" policy for "government entities of the State of Georgia," making Georgia the first Southern state and only the second "red state" to remove criminal history inquiries from state job applications. The Georgia order not only "bans the box" but also "prohibit[s] the use of a criminal record as an automatic bar to employment" at any time during the hiring process.

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