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: