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Teresa Tomlinson Returns To GPB Political Rewind

Teresa Tomlinson Returns to GPB Political Rewind

Teresa Tomlinson appears once again on Political Rewind, broadcast from the Georgia State Capitol for Crossover Day when legislators determine which crucial bills will die and which will live to see another day. Measures include a bill to keep guns out of the hands of Georgians with mental illness, and a tax break for Delta…

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Teresa Tomlinson Returns To MSNBC’s AM Joy

Teresa Tomlinson Returns to MSNBC’s AM Joy

Columbus Mayor Teresa Tomlinson joins host Joy Reid and fellow guest Robert Greenstein on Jan. 7 to discuss the possible push by conservatives for a balanced budget amendment to the Constitution, precipitating a Constitutional Convention. Click here to watch the full interview.

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Georgia Looks To Alabama For 2018 Lessons

Georgia Looks to Alabama for 2018 Lessons

On this edition of Political Rewind: Georgia political leaders are examining the results of the Alabama senate race to determine whether there are lessons for how to run in 2018 races here. Our panel will look at what Alabama may teach us about elections next year. Listen here.

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Proposed High-Speed Rail Would Run Through Georgia

Proposed High-Speed Rail Would Run through Georgia

By Richard Elliot Originally published on on Nov. 13, 2017. Could high-speed rail finally be coming to parts of Georgia? The mayor of Columbus thinks it should, and presented a feasibility study to state lawmakers Monday showing, she said, that it could be profitable from day one. “I think for so long, high-speed rail…

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Mayors Of Sandy Springs And Columbus Find Common Ground

Mayors Of Sandy Springs And Columbus Find Common Ground

On the Sept. 20, 2017 edition of GPB's “Political Rewind,” host Bill Nigut talked to a panel that included two Georgia mayors: Rusty Paul, the Republican mayor of Sandy Springs and Teresa Tomlinson, the Democratic mayor of Columbus. Questions covered included: What problems do they share in common? Lack of modern infrastructure? A need for…

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