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Georgia's Governor has suspended the anti-mask law

Wear Your Mask Without Fear Of Prosecution

Anti-Mask Law Suspended in Georgia
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Gov. Kemp, DPH, GEMA, and Georgia Guard Provide COVID-19 Response Update

Gov. Kemp, DPH, GEMA, and Georgia Guard Provide COVID-19 Response Update
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Governor Kemp Issues Statewide State of Emergency for Storm Damage

Many Georgians across the state are accessing the damage left behind by harrowing storms. Meteorologist says the storms produced tornadoes in Chattooga, Putnam, and Upson counties. As well as South Fulton and up through the metro Atlanta late last night. Along with fallen trees and downed...
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Ryan Cameron,shown with Radio.com's Maria Boynton at the 2018 Let Us Make Man Scholarship Dinner in Atlanta, remains hospitalized after an apparent heart issue

Ryan Cameron Undergoes Emergency Surgery

Legendary Atlanta radio host Ryan Cameron is hospitalized recovering from surgery. Family members confirm that Cameron suffered a heart issue and is in Intensive Care. A family statement says: “We are asking for fervent prayers as he recovers from emergency surgery that took place earlier this week...
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GA NAACP VP Gerald Griggs says wearing a mask is a misdemeanor in GA punishable by up to 12 months in jail and a $1000 fine with no exceptions for a global pandemic

Black While Masked "Dangerous"

NAACP Joins Call to Suspend Georgia Anti-Mask Law
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Still recovering from the coronavirus State Sen Nikema Williams is  concerned about the danger that wearing a mask in public could bring for some. 

Wearing A Mask Is A Misdemeanor In Georgia

GA Governor being asked to suspend anti-mask law
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Gov. Kemp Urges Georgians to Stay Home on Easter

As the number of coronavirus cases and deaths in Georgia continues to rise daily, Governor Brian Kemp is urging people to experience religious services using technology. To help prevent the rapid spread of the virus today in a statement, Kemp called on all Georgians to stream religious services...
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Georgia Primaries Postponed Again Due to the Coronavirus

The state’s presidential primary election has been postponed until June 9 due to the challenges brought on by COVID-19. Over the past several weeks, Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger has been pressured from both state and local leaders to postpone the May 19th election date amid the coronavirus...
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Postage to Vote by Mail Called a Poll Tax

ACLU Accuses Georgia of Running a Poll Tax
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Georgia Governor Brian Kemp at the 2020 State MLK Service

Shelter in Place Extended Through April 30, State of Emergency Through May 13

Statewide over 10,000 Georgians have tested positive for the new COVID-19 coronavirus, and more than 350 people have died. To help flatten the curve, during a state coronavirus update, Georgia Governor Brian Kemp announced today that he extended his shelter-in-place order through April 30. Earlier...
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