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AJC ” Georgia voting machine debate pits election officials vs. tech experts”

“Democratic legislators are aligned with cybersecurity experts who prefer paper ballots bubbled in with pens, a voting method that avoids the inherent risks of a computerized system.”  Read Full Report  Here.

AJC -“In Georgia, abortion vote is a possible political turning point.”

 It’s up to the Georgia State Senate to stop one of the country’s strictest abortion laws — a so-called “heartbeat bill.” I urge my friends in GA to contact their State Senator and say, “No Heartbeat Bill!” This is the last opportunity to stop that “heartbeat.” Gov. Kemp is on record supporting the bill. https://www.ajc.com/news/state–regional-govt–politics/georgia-abortion-vote-possible-political-turning-point/A6wWqbyNVjnv6a5snfyPeN/ %5B…%5D
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Welcome to Our New Internet Address

Welcome members and old friends and new friends.  We are still unpacking and arranging and we are operating in beta format. but the content at the old address has been merged with the existing content at this address.  The old site will be directing visitors for approximately two weeks then will be allowed to retire. […]
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Celebrating International Women’s Day

There is no better way to celebrate International Women’s Day than with the personal remembrances or our own Melba Gandy  of the great humanitarian and effective activist Marian Wright Edelman. “”I wasn’t very close with Marian so don’t have any really personal stories, but she was the driving force behind a coalition of groups that […]
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