Your morning jolt

Found while perusing this morning’s ajc.com:

  • Furloughs may be in store for Georgia teachers.
  • Why you’re still paying tolls on Ga. 400.
  • CDC begins to scale back on salmonella outbreak.
  • State leaders weak on big issues, says Sam Olens, Cobb commission chair, ARC chief — and possible candidate for governor.
  • Life-without-parole bill pulled from House vote.
  • Georgia Power gets nod to build more nuclear reactors.
  • Future of Macon’s Security Bank in doubt, auditor says.
  • Home Depot stock rises on slow growth plan.
  • Elsewhere in Georgia:

  • MT: Lucid Idiocy spots a House move to cut State Ethics Commission budget in half.
  • ABH: Fresh from stem cell fight, Hudgens to run for state insurance commissioner.
  • And the nation:

  • Politico: Five questions for AIG’s Edward Liddy.
  • WP: Edward Liddy himself, on “Our Mission at AIG: Repairs, and Repayment.”
  • WSJ: Treasury will make grab to recoup bonus funds.
  • CBS: In first post-presidential speech, Bush says Obama “deserves my silence.”
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