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Political Rewind: Kemp To Ask For Medicaid Waivers, Some Expansion

Political Rewind: Kemp To Ask For Medicaid Waivers, Some Expansion

On this edition of Political Rewind, Governor Kemp says he’ll ask the legislature to approve a plan for Medicaid waivers that will make health care more available to poor and middle-class Georgians. How will the plan fare among lawmakers and Georgia voters? The battle for the North Metro Atlanta suburbs is about to heat up.…

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March On 2020 Rally: “We Can’t Stop Now!”

Teresa Tomlinson tells the crowd at the March On to 2020 rally in Atlanta, Georgia: "It is because of you that Democrats flipped 14 seats in the Georgia State Legislature. It is because of you that we sent Lucy McBath to the U.S. House of Representatives. And, it is because of you that we flipped…

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More Women Are Emerging In National Politics, But Georgia Local Office Is A Little Closer To Parity

More Women Are Emerging in National Politics, but Georgia Local Office Is a Little Closer to Parity

Women are getting on the tops of ballots in record numbers this year, inching toward a still far-off scenario of gender parity in highest office. But in some of the more modest chambers of Georgia’s local governments, women are already a little less rare. Joanie Rainey had been a teacher for more than two decades before she was elected to chair the Twiggs County Board of Education. Much of that time she spent teaching outside of Twiggs’ relatively small system, which counts about 800 students.
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