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Fresh "Georgia" from Mornings on Maine Street

Mornings on Maine Street

01:02 min | 9 min ago

Fresh "Georgia" from Mornings on Maine Street

"Go to G F U M C calm and I invite you to join us as we build bridges that Jesus Christ. Don't find out what's going on with your forecast. 7 54 Day and 5 15 FM one of 2.9 wdun John Weatherby. Now on mornings on Main Street shower, chances are ending and will become mostly sunny Northwest breeze. High Today. 71 mostly clear 45 Tonight tomorrow partly sunny high of 69 from the Access Wdun Weather Center. I'm meteorologist Tom Wetherby body with a slight breeze as we start this morning in Gainesville, where 59 degrees in North Georgia's news talk Wdun Checking in with Caleb is back with us. Another check of sports final. What's going on with the Braves and other things brought to you by how our brothers out for power and hardware? Thanks, Bill. The Braves have now lost four straight. They lost again to the Marlins and extra innings last night 6 to 5. They fell behind five Nothing early, but got back in the game thanks to a pair of two run homers By Ronald Laconia. They'll try to avoid the sweep today as they wrap up before game set with Miami at 12 20. Another major league scores. Yesterday, Toronto's Boba shed hit a walk off home run to give the Blue Jays of 54 win over the Yankees. Washington Shut out ST Louis six to nothing. Mets beat the Phillies, 5 to 1. Giant Shut out. Cincinnati three, Nothing Dodgers beat the Rockies, 4 to 2 and the Brewers blew out the Cubs seven to nothing. And starting next year, college football and basketball players will be allowed to transfer one time before graduated without being required to sit out a year. The NC double a division One council voted on the change yesterday. The exception has been allowed in other sports prior to the move, You confined more sports and access W D win, right Thank you. Calibrate 7 55 almost 7 56 time to check in with.

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What Can You Do With Old Wind Turbine Blades?

Climate Connections

01:12 min | 1 d ago

What Can You Do With Old Wind Turbine Blades?

"Wind energy is good for the climate. But when a wind turbine reaches the end of its life span. Its blades are hard to recycle wind. Turbine blades are huge and strong. So they're difficult to grind up and reuse and they're made of a mix of glass and plastic fibers that are tough to separate so most end up in landfills is causes the problem filling up the landfill and also causes the problem of placing a non biodegradable material in the landfill which will be sitting there for hundreds if not thousands of years that's lawrence bank of ruined a research group with partners from four universities including the georgia institute of technology. He says this problem is urgent. Turbans have a lifespan of about twenty years. So many older ones will soon need disposal. Rewind is working on ways to upcycle these blades in ireland. They're using large pieces to make a bridge on a pedestrian and bike greenway and at a wind farm in kansas rian plans to try placing old blades vertically in the ground and using them as electrical transmission pulse bank sees big potential in both ideas and he thinks these early projects will help the market. See it to. We hope that this will demonstrate that the the uses for these large wind turbine

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Fresh update on "georgia" discussed on Tony Katz and the Morning News

Tony Katz and the Morning News

03:04 min | 13 min ago

Fresh update on "georgia" discussed on Tony Katz and the Morning News

"Curious. Tony Katz, 93 Wi VC Good morning Axios reporting that there are hundreds of companies and executives who released the letter condemning the legislation in Georgia. They're voting laws that restricts any eligible voter from having an equal and fair opportunity to cast a ballot. I would tell any of those companies and executives that have you think, showing an I D restrict somebody from having a equal and fair opportunity to cast a ballot. You're a fool. I'm sorry. CEO is you're not special. That's just a ridiculously ignorant. Take. Those who have signed the letter. Um, well in peer appear in ads that will be in the Times and the Washington Post. They may have already been in them. General Motors, Netflix, Starbucks, Amazon, BlackRock, Google and Warren Buffett. Warren, you dope. I mean, it's just a dopey position. That's all. It is a dop dop position that That you have signed on to That's all. But I find it interesting that this is where The CEOs want want want to sit? Right. This is what they want. To tell us is so so important. Samuel Jackson has signed on to it. Well, you know, he is the guy I go to for politics. One of one urban magic Johnson. Just completely wrong, sir. I mean, you're just wrong. If you think that the Georgia law stops people from Being able to vote. You're wrong. Walking Phoenix and Katy Perry. No, no, no. This is a good good list. This is a list of woke anus. Right. That's all it is. From beginning to end. A list of complete and total woke nous. Facebook is on the list to General Motors. As we said IBM The fundamental issue here. Can be brought back. Que Indianapolis And I think we should When we take a look at business owners who have their names high up on the buildings who have said absolutely nothing about the state. Our city is in We saw riots that took place and they business leaders never said a word. I wonder how many of them would have signed on to this letter if they were asked I'm curious. I'm not their sales force. Hi. How are you? But no one had anything to say publicly. About the destruction of our city, the drug use on the streets, the stabbings that took place on the street. Never mind just simple things like aggressive panhandling. Nothing. But they did gather the business community quote unquote the leadership of Indianapolis to tell the Legislature you should not interfere with I m p d. You should not take control of them. Not a conversation about what's happening with the leadership of the city and its failure to protect the citizens. The residents No, just that the people over there and down the road there. They should just stay out of it. This is a weird thing that you do, guys. You know, the city is crying out for leadership and the people with their names high on the building. Right. Those business amps. They've been noticeably absent. Why shouldn't we say so? Why shouldn't we discuss the fact that you have been m I a Have got all of these woke folk who have been lied to about a lot in Georgia. I mean, this is all garbage. This is all just for show. And if you wanna you wanna, you know Do this kind of stuff You can, By the way. Can I walk into your office without showing I d just curious if I can't even get into your buildings without showing and I d. Way. See you when you're full of it. The question is, When does the blowback occur? And we take a look at these companies like Yeah, we're not using them any more Screw Maybe that doesn't come. But certainly it should come when you take a look at CEOs who are Maurin trusted in being woke than they are in protecting the city in which they work and saying to them, you're just doing a terrible job. You're failing the people. Epically. And you should stop. That's happened in Indianapolis. Business leaders. Stop failing the city. Start speaking out. Make it better. That bear has traffic..

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Indianapolis Colts Select Azeez Ojulari in Post Free Agency Mock Draft

The NFL Show

01:43 min | 1 d ago

Indianapolis Colts Select Azeez Ojulari in Post Free Agency Mock Draft

"Matt dollinger. Senior editor at the ringer and former lowly intern of the two thousand colts with the twenty first. Pick in the twenty twenty one. nfl draft. The indianapolis colts select aziz osha. Laurie out of georgia. I'll be honest. I'm tempted to take jones here. Because i obviously don't trust carson wentz but diseases the best pass rusher in the draft and he might be undersized but so we're dwight frene ian robert mathis. I like that. Wow that was. That was concise all encapsulated. That was how can tell intern with the two thousand nine colts. I love that colton play. They inspect so oziel ours. Your number one pass rusher. Why did you all twenty one here. And he's everyone else really dumb for not listening to you No i so know. I think this this rusher classes bachelor. Classes vary Hard to predict what how the or of the these guys are gonna come off the board. I think with oh jewelry. It's because he's a little undersized as don mentioned he's he's six foot two so that's generally speaking like shorter than you wanna passer should be however he does make up for it with incredible length. His a really wide wingspan long arms Good burst bend. I like skill set. you know. He had some really impressive russia's where he like. You almost looks like von miller where you're like bending around the corner getting really low dipping your shoulder and getting back to the cornerback So i think there's a skill set to work with their but yet speaking of the pastors for classes just basically. There's no one clear elite guy in the class. And whether it's you know a russo or jalen phillips or og. Larry couple of other guys is basically pick your flavor. Whatever type of player. You'd think has chance of succeeding in your scheme. I could see any of these guys be the first pass. Rusher pick

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Fresh update on "georgia" discussed on My Favorite Murder with Karen Kilgariff and Georgia Hardstark

My Favorite Murder with Karen Kilgariff and Georgia Hardstark

00:47 min | 34 min ago

Fresh update on "georgia" discussed on My Favorite Murder with Karen Kilgariff and Georgia Hardstark

"Let's start in troy missouri. See furry she's a warm hearted lovely bubbly woman tons of friends. she's awesome. Everyone loves her. She has a husband name russ and two daughters from a previous marriage. When in january two thousand ten forty years old she learned. She has breast cancer. So after effect on chemo and demy she's declared mission and she and her husband planned celebration of life crews. Wanna see them yeah. Let's see how this works this word. No oh right yeah sorry. We didn't say stevens not good. Play that up because he can hear you right now is the first one to listen to it. Kupp said we should start getting a pet cube and have stephen pet cube. What's that it's like. It's basically how to spy on your pet. You can also you can also dispense treats from your phone. Yeah he's just sitting there by cube like this. He loves his own dispense little tiny kittens kit. Okay that's expect in ras but then before the crews They find out in november. Two thousand eleven forty two years old now. Betsy learns that the cancer. Bummer spreads to her liver and has a few years to live even with treatment but she's dislike upbeat person and she's like fuck that shit we're going on the cruise instead and i'm gonna fucking swim with dolphins and they celebration of life cruise. What our life is beautiful. So one of betty's friends who isn't on the trip but comes around. After she was diagnosed with cancer. It was a woman named pam up. So yeah i saw the place mat. I know what that yes. There's this thing we do for one of the jewish holidays. i remember. Maybe my uncle knows where we tell the story about the king heyman and what a piece of shit he wasn't whenever his name is parent. Perm thank you. Thank you for being a better than i am Please keep it up. Yeah whenever the name came in get set in the in the story. Everyone goes blue and stomps their feet. And then you have those noisemakers. I should look under your seat. Everyone just feel like every time. I say the word. Don't you imagine if we gave voice makers cb producer me just had seven fuck in heart attacks in a room right now. Oh my god when you went through and collected each one from everyone yelling at them. I just sorry sidebar sidebar. But it's one time when we're on. Tv show. they had loaded in the audience. The warm up comic you can't they don't have the volume up and control room so we're watching the warm up comic kind of walk around her whole thing and then they're getting ready to actually start shooting and all those things are very very time sensitive so it's a four o'clock shoot. You have to be ready at three fifty nine and when they throw all the volumes up to get ready to start shooting. There's this crackling sound. And of course the sound guy goes fucking beserk and they're sensitive men their sound sensitive there. They need to be. It's their job. This guy comes flying. He's got a major problem and it was like this whole thing and then everyone's like hold on hold on. Let's just listen for a second. Well it turned out that the warm up comic had passed out butterscotch candies to the whole audience. So every person had a piece of cellophane. They were crinkle in their hand. Every like one hundred people were just like talking to all these mics everywhere. It was funny. I was crying laughing but nobody else thought it was funny at home. And this has hollywood minute well. This story doesn't go like that. Did i tell that story right at the worst positive. Always the worst always says called the worst possible apartment So pama hap- and betsy had met ten years earlier when they worked together in an insurance company. Pam is eleven years older than betsy also has a husband to kids and she's worked in the insurance industry for a long red flag right. Don't work in the insurance industry. So she's kinda busy. Bobby gets in everyone's business. You know what i mean. So let's see. Pam been friends when they worked together but then parted ways. When betsy diagnosed with cancer she comes back around is like i'm going to be your friend. What's up trauma. The friends are like. Oh i'm really good at this drinks on tuesday night and be there. When you're going through chemo lake for people like very true just like they are either the best person in the world or a total sociopath switch. One you'll never get georgia went on to tell the most uplifting story and they're like okay your turn don't change it. Change the show so she starts coming pam. Starts coming into. Betsy chemo treatments every treatment. And even when pam. When betsy like listen don't come time going to be nine trends going to be in town. We want some time together. She fucking showed up anyway. She railroads this shit then on tuesday december. Twenty seven two thousand and eleven pam so. She shows up insisting that she be the one to drive seeing home after chemo treatment. But betsy was like nope. I'm going to my mom's house so like all right. Leaves and then shows up later to pant betsy mom house and it's like driving your home. What's happening so betsy is like okay. Fine driving if it's free if to think she did as for us the husband that day he works at home like normal till five then. He goes out to his standard tuesday night game night. Okay so he goes to game night the hang out and in about nine o'clock he leaves on his way home he stops at of course at arby's drive through arby's sure that's like. Oh you've been smoking pot. Yes yes got it. I relate to you. Would you ever eat out instead. it's a delicious. so then he also convenient. He walks inside the house at close to nine. Forty mines his wife betsy lying on the floor and blood. He he only sees three wounds and so from those wounds. He assumes that she had killed herself you know so he calls nine one one and hysterically says my wife killed herself but not looks bad for him later because when the police come there like what the fuck dude she has fifty five can stab what what is wrong with you. Yeah so but most of them are hidden by her clothing so he didn't know so a search turned up russes slippers thrown into the back of the closet and bloodstain on the top. But he doesn't have any blood on him of course. The police initially suspected him but his time line from before he found betsy was corroborated by his four friends and he was probably smoking pot with his phone was ringing in the right. Fuck and places where he was where he said he was. He had an arby's receipt that he as we all do through the back of smoking car. I saved. I'm like i'm going to bring him to the accountant so ridiculous. I mean just like thank you so put it in this part of my wallet for four days and then throw them out later..

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Will Smith Movie Pulls Out of Georgia Over New Voting Law

Morning Edition

00:45 sec | 1 d ago

Will Smith Movie Pulls Out of Georgia Over New Voting Law

"You're listening to NPR news. Good morning from Whv News in Atlanta. I'm Lisa Ray. Um, The filmmakers of a movie about a runaway slave during the Civil War have decided not to film in Georgia this summer because of the state's new voting law, The movie star Will Smith and director Antoine Fuqua said in a statement. The Republican back law is designed to restrict voter access. This comes 10. Days after Major league Baseball moved its All Star game out of Georgia for the same reason. Governor Cam derided baseball's decision yesterday when he spoke to the Cop County Chamber of Commerce. And I want you to know that I've spent the last two weeks on the road and in more than 60 interviews standing up for our business community. Letting the world know just how

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Fresh update on "georgia" discussed on Atlanta's Morning News

Atlanta's Morning News

01:10 min | 40 min ago

Fresh update on "georgia" discussed on Atlanta's Morning News

"Sheriff Leon Lott calls the video, disturbing and unnecessary. The Army's launching its own investigation of Jonathan Pentland behavior. Brown believes one man is responsible for the deaths of his ex wife, Whitney. Houston and their daughter, Bobbi. Kristina Brown tells red table talk on Facebook watch He believes he blames Nick Gordon for supplying them with drugs. I think he was more so provided, you know, party party favor, he says. Whitney and Bobbi Kristina died the same way and Nick Gordon's the Common denominator Gordon no deed last year. Direst extends the tax filing deadline until May 17th. But Diane King Hall explains that doesn't let everybody off the hook. The automatic extension applies to individual returns and payments for 20. 20. It does not apply to estimated payments for 2021 that would affect freelancers, gig workers and other people who bring in self employment income for the I. R s chief warns this week the U. S is losing a trillion dollars a year to tax cheats. Nobody has produced time. 7 25 It's time to update Weather and traffic, but we'll start with today's forecast years. WSB Mayor All destruct Miller's look for increasing son this afternoon. Ah, hi, Ron 71 right now. 59 getting back to the morning drive. Here's Mark McKay Springs Everything stacking up eastbound Veterans Memorial Highway Highway 78 Gordon Road movie Crash that intersection when she get on, I 20 leaving Sword Road Urine brake Lights to Riverside Park. Wait, unfolds in industrial Velarde. Cash in midtown Atlanta that we had the right lane in front of Georgia Tech has been pushed off to the right shoulder. 75 85 south down North Avenue, Ava to 49 triple team traffic 95.5.

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Republicans Work to Rebrand GOP as Party of Working Class

NPR's Business Story of the Day

02:04 min | 2 d ago

Republicans Work to Rebrand GOP as Party of Working Class

"Donald trump brought more working class voters into the republican party than any other president since ronald reagan now. Republicans are trying to figure out how to keep them. The working class vote will be crucial in next year's midterms. Here's npr congressional correspondent. Susan davis in the last decade. The biggest growth in the republican coalition has been white voters without a college degree along with some growth with similarly educated black and hispanic voters. that's why republicans. Like indiana congressman. Jim banks believe the only winning path forward for the gop is to fully reimagined itself as the party of the working class and if republicans want to be successful as a party when the majority in twenty twenty two win back the white house and twenty twenty four. I think we have to learn lessons that donald trump taught us now to appeal to these voters. Banks is the chairman of the republican study committee but conservative faction in the house. long rooted. in small government low taxes and social conservatism. He recently sent a six page memo to house. Minority leader kevin mccarthy making the case that republicans need to refocus their agenda. Almost entirely on working class appeals for banks. This means tougher immigration laws cracking down on china big tech and perhaps most provocatively for republicans corporate america for too long the republican party said into the narratives that republican party was party of business or the party of wall street. Republicans are increasingly comfortable attacking corporations these days. That's a lot easier for them. After wall street donors gave more to joe biden. Major companies halted political donations to republicans who objected to electoral college results on january six and is companies take more liberal positions on controversial issues like georgia's new voting law senate minority leader mitch. Mcconnell last week issued a rare verbal rebuke of companies that oppose the law. Warning if you will to corporate america's to stay out of politics. It's not what you're designed for.

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Fresh update on "georgia" discussed on My Favorite Murder with Karen Kilgariff and Georgia Hardstark

My Favorite Murder with Karen Kilgariff and Georgia Hardstark

00:31 min | 42 min ago

Fresh update on "georgia" discussed on My Favorite Murder with Karen Kilgariff and Georgia Hardstark

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Will Smith Movie Pulls Out of Georgia Over New Voting Law

BBC World Service

02:04 min | 2 d ago

Will Smith Movie Pulls Out of Georgia Over New Voting Law

"Of the South. But is this Hollywood verses? The South? Will Smith's upcoming movie Emancipation is canceled. Filming in Georgia in protester law changes being made by Republican politicians there. The newsroom's Jonathan Savage. Tell me more It all stems from new rules that affect how elections air running Georgia Nick No. One of the controversial provision is the 81, who wants to vote in elections by post will need to provide identification, such as a social Security card or a driver's license, then, until no identity checks have been carried out by providing two matching signatures. Republicans who run George of the state. See it will reduce the chance of fraud. These changes. But Democrats who won the state in the presidential election for the first time in more than 25 years, say the new laws will restrict voting on disproportionately affect black voters. Now, the will Smith film in question is called Emancipation. It's based on the true story of a slave who flees a plantation. And joins the northern Army in the American Civil War. Of course, the synergy between the subject of the movie on the dispute over the new laws can't be mistaken. In a statement, will Smith on the director Antoine Fuqua said. We cannot in good conscience provide economic support to a government that enacts regressive voting laws that are designed to restrict water access. And Jonathan. How was it that Georgia, particularly as a state became so important in the film, and it's a very simple answer. Nick Tax breaks up to 30% filmmakers saved money Georgia gets valuable jobs and investment and it works well for all parties. So movies like Ju Manji Contagion. Black Panther TV shows like The walking dead and stranger things all filmed in Georgia. All in all, in 2017 alone, the industry has an economic impact in Georgia, off $9.5 billion on the cost of the state, estimated to be somewhere north of $100 million would open up the absolute figure on that, but clearly there's a lot of money in it. Indeed,

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Will Smith's Slavery Film 'Emancipation' Pulls out of Georgia Over Voting Laws

Clark Howard

00:37 sec | 2 d ago

Will Smith's Slavery Film 'Emancipation' Pulls out of Georgia Over Voting Laws

"2.5 weeks after Georgia and extra restrictive new elections law appear of Hollywood heavyweights changed their plans to film here. Will Smith and Antoine Fuqua are seeking a new state for their production of emancipation, citing Georgia's new law, stiffening absentee voting rules and allowing the GOP controlled state election board to take over county elections. Emancipation was set to begin shooting in June, with Smith playing Peter Horrifyingly whipped Louisiana Man who Escaped slavery. Georgia has enticing studio tax breaks, but Pu Kwan Smith say is the nation is trying to achieve racial justice. They cannot in good conscience provide economic support to a government that annex regressive voting laws designed to restrict

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Will Smith Movie Pulls Production Out of Georgia Over GOP Voting Law

Clark Howard

00:37 sec | 2 d ago

Will Smith Movie Pulls Production Out of Georgia Over GOP Voting Law

"2.5 weeks after Georgia and extra restrictive new elections law appear of Hollywood heavyweights changed their plans to film here. Will Smith and Antoine Fuqua are seeking a new state for their production of emancipation, citing Georgia's new law, stiffening absentee voting rules and allowing the GOP controlled state election board to take over county elections. Emancipation was set to begin shooting in June, with Smith playing Peter Horrifyingly whipped Louisiana Man who Escaped slavery. Georgia has enticing studio tax breaks, but Pu Kwan Smith say is the nation is trying to achieve racial justice. They cannot in good conscience provide economic support to a government that annex regressive voting laws designed to restrict

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Will Smith Movie Pulls Out of Georgia Over New Voting Law

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:31 sec | 2 d ago

Will Smith Movie Pulls Out of Georgia Over New Voting Law

"New voting law. Will Smith and director Antoine Few quill have pulled production of their runaway slave drama emancipation from Georgia because of the state's highly controversial new law restricting voting access. The film is the largest and most high profile Hollywood production to leave the state over the measure approved by the Republican controlled Legislature, CBS correspondent Jim Crow Sula, supporters of the law state insures fair elections. While opponents argue it's designed to reduce voting by minorities. The 21st annual black Real

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Will Smith, Antoine Fuqua Won’t Shoot ‘Emancipation’ in Georgia

Morning Becomes Eclectic

00:49 sec | 2 d ago

Will Smith, Antoine Fuqua Won’t Shoot ‘Emancipation’ in Georgia

"The film Emancipation, starring Will Smith will move production out of Georgia in response to that state's recently enacted voting restrictions. NPR's Bob Mondello has details. After weeks of talks between filmmakers and Georgia officials director Antoine Fuqua and actor Will Smith issued a statement. We cannot in good conscience, it reads provide economic support to a government that enacts regressive voting laws that are designed to restrict voter access. The film Emancipation bought by Apple after a bidding war is based on the story of an escaped slave who was whipped so severely When a photo of his scars was published in 18 63. It shocked the world public figures in Georgia, including Stacey Abrams had argued against moving Hollywood productions from the state. But the optics for this film struck the filmmakers as untenable.

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3 Officers Wounded, 1 Suspect Dead After Police Chase in Georgia

Seattle's Morning News with Dave Ross

00:21 sec | 2 d ago

3 Officers Wounded, 1 Suspect Dead After Police Chase in Georgia

"20. It came after the highway Patrol stopped a car for speeding. Then it took off again, Carroll County Sheriff Terry Langley during the course of that chase, gunshots were fired by the suspects firing first on the state patrol. Later on other officers with three officers wounded. One of the suspects was killed. The other is in custody. Michigan's governor Montes

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What Georgia's Voting Law Really Does

Garret Lewis

02:39 min | 2 d ago

What Georgia's Voting Law Really Does

More Than 100 Corporate Leaders Meet to Discuss State Voting Laws

WSJ What's News

01:34 min | 3 d ago

More Than 100 Corporate Leaders Meet to Discuss State Voting Laws

"Voting rights have become a hot button issue including among business leaders this weekend. Dozens of ceos and other senior leaders met on zoom to discuss how they should respond to new voting laws proposed for texas and other states according to people on the call. Wsj's emily glaser has the details. So there are more than one hundred ceos and other senior executives that joined this zoom on saturday afternoon with the express purpose of talking about voting rights and in the beginning there was a lot of background about what the georgia legislation other state legislation and bills include about. Whether or not they were strict voter access and then kenneth chenault the former. Ceo of american express longtime corporate board director as well as kenneth frazier. Ceo of merck really made their pitch to these ceo's and other business executives of what their new statement is going to say how they believe it's non-partisan it's all about ensuring voter access for all and really urged the ceo's to add their names and so As part of the call kennedy channel told the executives that several companies had signalled that they would sign on including pepsi. co pay. Pal t. rowe price and has so across industries a lot of large companies. And you know what we heard from our sources that even during this zoom ceo's of different companies like amc and cyberport core technologies. Were saying i'm in. I'm in

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Celtics Team Shows Promise After Hard Win Against the Denver Nuggets

The Garden Report | Boston Celtics Post Game Show from TD Garden

00:56 sec | 3 d ago

Celtics Team Shows Promise After Hard Win Against the Denver Nuggets

"We're talking about guys who played well we're not talking just about Tatum. We're not talking just about Jaylen Brown we're talking about some of those other guys are on the side who for the most part have not made an impact in this game Grant Williams. I mean only five points was a plus 23 and for once that was not a misleading stat when you look at how he was able to defend jokic how he was able to make a hustle plays like the one that we're just talking about where that wound up with Romeo wage. I filed at making a couple of free throws. You start going down this roster be on your big to of Tatum and brown and UC player after player after player making a contribution and gave me the one thing that it all says is that this team finally finally finally decided to fight they finally decided to fight but when games instead of, Georgia, Letting things play out the way they were they fought to be aware. Not just assuming it's going to happen. So

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More than 100 corporate leaders meet to discuss state voting laws

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:29 sec | 3 d ago

More than 100 corporate leaders meet to discuss state voting laws

"Companies. CBS is that O'Keefe says it was to discuss new state voting laws more than 100 of the nation's top corporate leaders met virtually on Saturday to discuss ways for companies to continue responding to the passage. More restrictive voting laws across the country with some CEO is charming in from the Masters golf tournament in Augusta, Georgia. At 10 days on the high level zoom call included leaders from the health care, media and transportation sectors and some of the nation's leading law and investment firms to Tampa

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More than 100 corporate leaders meet to discuss state voting laws

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:29 sec | 3 d ago

More than 100 corporate leaders meet to discuss state voting laws

"Companies. CBS is that O'Keefe says it was to discuss new state voting laws more than 100 of the nation's top corporate leaders met virtually on Saturday to discuss ways for companies to continue responding to the passage. More restrictive voting laws across the country with some CEO is charming in from the Masters golf tournament in Augusta, Georgia. At 10 days on the high level zoom call included leaders from the health care, media and transportation sectors and some of the nation's leading law and investment firms to Tampa

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Korean Battery Makers Reach Settlement in Boost to Biden's EV Policy

Bloomberg Daybreak: Asia

00:48 sec | 3 d ago

Korean Battery Makers Reach Settlement in Boost to Biden's EV Policy

"A last minute settlement in a bitter US trade dispute. We get more now from Bloomberg's Susanna Palme. SK Innovation agreed to pay $1.8 Billion to LG Energy Solution, a unit of LG Cam Limited, the settlement will avert a 10 year import ban of SK Innovations batteries into the U. S and ends the two year dispute between these two companies. President Joe Biden was facing a Sunday deadline to decide whether to overturn the import ban or do nothing and let it take effect. His decision pivoted on two critical policy issues a desire to promote TVs as a way to help curb climate change. And the U. S. Is longstanding backing of strong intellectual property rights. Ah band could have put as many as 6000 battery manufacturing jobs in Georgia at Risk. Susanna Palmer Bloomberg Daybreak Asia.

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Business leaders gather to discuss voting law changes

The NashVegas Cafe

00:21 sec | 3 d ago

Business leaders gather to discuss voting law changes

"Over 100, Top corporate execs and business leaders from major airlines, retailers, manufacturers and NFL owner met online today to talk about how they can show their opposition to new voting laws considered in some states and enacted in Georgia. But critics say are designed to restrict voting, especially by minorities. This is, according to various sources, including The Washington Post in Wall Street

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Biden Sees 'Win' for US In Electric Vehicle Battery Deal

The New Yorker Radio Hour

00:51 sec | 3 d ago

Biden Sees 'Win' for US In Electric Vehicle Battery Deal

"Biden is welcoming the settlement of a trade secret dispute between two South Korean companies that make batteries for electric vehicles. As Johnny Kauffman of member Station W. A B reports the settlement has major implications for the U. S electric vehicle industry, especially in Georgia. SK Innovation will pay Algae cam Nearly $2 billion is part of the settlement. The deal came before President Biden faced a deadline to act on a ruling from the U. S International Trade Commission that blocked SK from doing new battery business in the country. For a decade, Biden has made growing the electric vehicle industry a key part of his $2 trillion infrastructure plan. The commission ruled the Korean Corporation destroyed evidence in a trade secrets case. Georgia politicians were worried because SK is building a massive battery plant in the state that will likely employed thousands.

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"georgia" Discussed on Gaining Ground: The New Georgia

Gaining Ground: The New Georgia

05:20 min | 3 months ago

"georgia" Discussed on Gaining Ground: The New Georgia

"Up. Step up people from every corner of georgia. Stepping up is what turned georgia blue and has every organizer in elected official. That fought for that result. Will tell you it'll take even more people stepping up as we push toward twenty twenty two twenty twenty four and beyond. Yeah it's true. Georgia put the country on his back but more impressively georgia stood up for itself. Georgia's done will. Long be discussed will never be forgotten but organizers in this state have no intention of saddling staring at its achievement like a trophy and a case or basking in its glory of being a blueprint for states around the country..

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"georgia" Discussed on Gaining Ground: The New Georgia

Gaining Ground: The New Georgia

08:11 min | 3 months ago

"georgia" Discussed on Gaining Ground: The New Georgia

"Gaining ground. The new georgia is brought to you by policy genius. The holiday season sure knows how to lighten your wallet for many families. December is one of the most expensive months of the year. Not to mention the busiest. If you're looking for fast and easy way to put some money back in your pocket why not reshape your home and auto insurance rates with policy genius. Policies combines a cutting edge insurance marketplace with help from license experts to save their home and auto customers an average of a thousand dollars per year better yet. It's really simple to use. I had to polisena dot com and answering a few questions about yourself and your property then policy jeans does the rest. They'll compare rates from over thirty top insurers from progressive to nationwide to find the lowest quotes. They're licensed experts look at all the ways to maximize your savings including bundling your home and auto policies politicking is finds a better rate than what you're currently paying they'll get you switched for free. That kind of service has earned policy as a five star rating across sixteen hundred reviews on trust pilot and google. So if you're feeling the pinch this holiday season find out how much you could save on home and auto insurance at policy. Genius dot com. They've saved their home and auto insurance customers average of a thousand dollars a year by re shopping policy genius when it comes to insurance. It's nice to get it right. Republican senators kelly leffler. David purdue have of course been on the campaign trail much like warnock in ossoff purdue a former. Ceo of dollar general is an incumbent in the cousin of former georgia governor kelley leffler co owner of the atlanta dream. Wnba team and one of the richest politicians on capitol hill according to forbes was appointed governor. Brian kemp last december. We reached out to both purdue and leffler as well as her opponent raphael warnock. But we're not able to secure interviews for this podcast as with the democratic events are producers. Were on site for the republican campaign events as well. I i have one question for you. Are you gotta georgia's state. We're here with her. Do investor all view. This is an important night in america. Have to stop the radical for changing america. They get what they wanted to get total control we ought of our inalienable rights. And if we don't win this election we're gonna lose our second amendment firewall to socialism because the bigger knows more about how one year wine is wrong. It's wrong it's against human nature making america. Great and georgia. It's in your hands. We'll save the senate save georgia and we'll save two of our producers on this show julia beverly jamie. Albright spent a lot of time over the past few weeks attending and recording campaign events for the senate runoffs because all eyes are on the state these events hosted by a wide range of people from the candidates themselves to killer mike and president donald trump. however some of these events even once julia and jamie got on the press lists were harder to cover the others. Here's julia so i come from the entertainment world and twenty twenty has really been my first time. Getting involved with a political campaign on the press was for the biden transition team. I get dozens of updates from them every day and warnock and the ossoff campaign sends out daily updates with their itenerary upcoming events. I guess i assume that's how all the political campaigns operate this is. Jamie albright was definitely much more difficult to find the events for leffler purdue signed up for the email list and didn't get any emails actually check my spam at one point. Almost like there was a list. We weren't on or something. In order to get information about the event we arrived at the event. For hungary there was music playing Because of the pandemic there wasn't going to be a sit down meal on which a lot of the people were disappointed to hear that but people pulled up their cars and ossoff and warnock reloading their cars with boxes full of food on the republican side. The senate campaigns sort of kicked off when trump rally in valdosta and brought out leffler and purdue but the primary focus of trump's rally was always trump georgia. I wanted to stay on presidential. But i gotta get to these two because there but listen to this. These are the facts. I got more votes than any sitting president than history. Eleven million more votes than we got in six a lot of animosity toward the media at their events. Not to the point. Where i felt like i was in danger necessarily but there's definitely the assumption that anyone with a camera is fake news. Traffic so the event incoming was for leffler in purdue. When i arrived. I saw a confederate flag on the back of a pickup truck. So i felt unwelcomed from the beginning as a black woman at this rally. As i walked up immediately noticed that there is a lack of diversity and then a black deputy approached me and asked me if i had security because he said there had been some incidents at these events and i do think he approached me because i was one of four black people at this event and we were all working there so i definitely did feel like i stood out and that was just an interesting experience and much different than at warnock an autho. The purdue leffler campaigns did not seem too concerned about kobe precautions. The events i attended were outdoors but left also did a lot of speaking engagements at smaller indoor venues with small crowds. I was wearing an n ninety five mask at the first gop. Then i went to and people seemed skeptical. End to talk to me. At the next event. I wore an american flag mask and almost immediately walking up to the event i saw man with a trump flag and he kind of pause and made eye contact with me and gave me a thumbs up. Jamie and julia also spoke with voters at gop events and so-called stop the steel rallies hearing what gop voters in georgia are concerned about. And how they're feeling about the senate runoff elections. I feel like it's really important that we stopped the steel. We expose the fraud that we support our president and we support our united states. Are you better off than you were. Four years ago there's blatant stealing other buffoonery going on especially with camp and the secretary stated it's it's ridiculous what's going. They're gonna find out that that they were on the take but the problem is they're getting all their information from fake media that that's the that's the problem but i know there's no way that joe biden got eighty million votes. We're giving away ballots so that people recognize a fake ballot when they went because apparently they don't in georgia chuck schumer said it. He said we're gonna take georgia and we're gonna change america that our rights are going to be slowly but surely taken away from us off is paid for by the chinese communist party..

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"georgia" Discussed on Gaining Ground: The New Georgia

Gaining Ground: The New Georgia

05:06 min | 3 months ago

"georgia" Discussed on Gaining Ground: The New Georgia

"Special election is january. Fifth january january january. This contrary is an amazing place right now. Welcome to the battle royale. South georgia is the tip of the spear this week. Early voting began in georgia's high-stakes senate runoffs. Nearly one million votes have already been cast. Georgia has not elected a democratic. Senator in twenty years sent me these two men and we will control. The senate changed the lives of people in georgia. casey. I know how busy you are. You've been rallying. The troops thanking people for everything. Have you had a minute just to sit back and take it in. Put your feet up relax at all. I think i'd like fourteen minutes on sunday but we got there. It's hard to believe that as we go into this. Momentous point in georgia's history. We're doing so without reverend. C t vivian. Without reverend joseph. Lowry without congressman. John lewis the to democratic candidates in the senate runoff both had special relationships with louis. Jon ossoff wrote a letter to louis as a teenager and eventually intern for the late congressman lewis and also continued to have a mentor. Men t relationship until his death. Raphael warnock is the pastor at ebenezer baptist church the spiritual home of both martin luther king junior and john lewis in july just before he eulogized lewis at ebeneezer. Warnock was interviewed by jewel for nbc. News he told her he saw his senate run as part of his spiritual stewardship. Warnock said. At the time when i consider the history of ebeneezer and the legacy of someone like john lewis when presented with this opportunity. Who am i to say no. I've got to do the best. I can to continue the work. That john lewis and so many others left for us to do. It's one thing to talk about john lewis. It's another to hear him. Speak to hear the passion in its voice. This was one of those moments from the house floor on march eighth two thousand nineteen the congressman speaking in support of voting rights and election. Reform matt speaker. You have heard me say on occasion that the right to vote is precious almost sacred dinner society. It is most powerful non-violent instrument of tool that we have in my heart or hearts. I believe we have more responsibility to restore access all of our citizens who designed to participate in democratic process. Many people protested for the right to vote. Some gave a blood other gay damn very live. You've heard me tell the story before. And you know i work is not finished. It makes me sad. It made me feel like crying. Went p for the night the right to vote. We all know that this is not a democrat a republican issue. It is an american wine. The vote is an opportunity to be on the right side a historic veterans to cast a vote. People are other people and for the people. So i asked you if not us then who if not now then win. The time has arrived at ten on the barrier to the ballot box. Today we do part in this fight but adverse soul of a nation. i'm usa. I'm currently living in atlanta on seventeen years old when donald trump won our teachers just made. It's like be active and we all wrote letters to donald trump about what policies he can improve how he could improve them and ever since. Then i've kind of been keeping more of a watchful eye on each representative in what they're running for. Until i actually vote which is now moustapha whose birthday was december ninth belongs to a group of gen z voters who turned eighteen between the general election and the runoffs. This is a group that organization such as fair fight and the new georgia project have been working hard to reach posting live events on twitch virtual school birthday parties with musical artists in more. Brian nunez of georgia's shift told npr that they knew of twenty three thousand potential voters that would-be turning eighteen before january fifth. My mom also is very liberal in. She's also very very politically active. I helped out with stacey abrams fundraiser. I got to meet lucy. Bath and john lewis. She's definitely made me a lot more passionate about politics in how to speak out politically into use my voice to.

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"georgia" Discussed on Post Reports

Post Reports

08:39 min | 3 months ago

"georgia" Discussed on Post Reports

"Had delayed any kid can i. Can i ask who you are planning to vote for. i name the area say why not rent rent that vote for to be different here kelly. No you can't vote for no no. No more knocking leffler are running for the actual same seats so she cannot vote for both which miss jeanie quickly realizes we got. Want to vote for living here and there. But you got to one of these two. We need we need. I'm trying to vote for some means. Somebody here she's basically saying no. I wanna vote. Reverend warnock about this other guy jon ossoff state. You're showing both of the democrats. That were no. He won't 'cause all these democrats out a new area. All at this point cassetta starts pointing at each of the feces on this piece of paper. One by one. And i think it's worth stopping hair to explain that if kosovo war canvassing on behalf of nonprofit organization of five. Oh one c. Which she's doing here would not be legal. Nonprofits aren't supposed to make political endorsements or steer people to vote for one candidate or party over another but premise cassetta one of the benefits of doing this completely on her own as it. When she's talking to voters she can say what she wants and she does you know his faith but he's a good guy to And these guys all the risk of magaw. This here is john. He democrat rafi. That's all day. Do definitely kicking me. Now he's not feeling do that through tcm me start whole ma'am got they last night. Got david do. He's a crook dean. We got raphael together. Good guy yeah and we got dame good good okay. Okay all right. Do you remember that. Kelly left lose picture like all kinds of crosses all over it this team because because you usually vote for democrats and that's what you wanna do this anymore. But the second time. I voted going to be. Some people might argue. That cassetta here is doing too much. Coaching telling janey which candidates are quote unquote good and which are bad. But it's worth bearing in mind that miss jeannie is not a typical georgia voter. She's older she's is. She relies on other people for transportation. She's harder to reach and for the democratic party is a costly voter. She cost a lot of time and resources to actually get her to the polls to know that she is in fact going to vote so many canvassers just consider her not enough of a likely voter to spend all this energy but say what you will about cassette his tactics or if he's doing too much she is actually taking the time to make sure that mystery and he does vote within a work. I'm gonna call you later. Okay by the time the could set a is done with janey literally everyone else in the group is waiting for her back by the van but she says that's just how it goes when you're doing canvassing the right way. I you know you have to give them come keeps you can make thank you. Keep information being gone. That's when i you you got make sure they know who you are making remember. And i'll see the bond that she and i was like we the france so you don't come and say i need this you don't do. You gotta have say you can't russell in a couple of weeks since we were in georgia i keep thinking about that line from miss gazeta. You can't come say. I need you for this. I need you for that. And it made me realize that. Maybe this is the problem with this whole runoff. The fact that the message coming from the whole rest of the country from both democrats and republicans from the president and the president-elect is lean you our future relies on you. It reminded me something that. Nc from the new. Georgia patrick kane said about how she doesn't want these voters to feel used georgia. Voters have the opportunity to flip the balance of power in the united states. Senate isn't about a gift to other americans voters in the states. It is a highlight and underscore. How powerful georgia voters are and why they need to show up and vote and take every opportunity to vote that they can so far in this election. It seems georgia. Voters are doing exactly that a week into early voting. The number of votes cast was on track with turnout in the general election in november. But whatever happens as a result of this runoff whatever happens in the senate whatever happens to trump and biden and the rest of the country and the world. It's worth making sure that we don't forget about what will happen to georgians here on. Tuesday ted reached out to bob. Melvin the making county commissioner. You just wanted to fact check something last minute and let him know that the story was going to be on the podcast on the next day but it turned out that since we've gone canvassing with bob something pretty major had happened. Carbolic luckily got covert. How are you feeling feel terrible. I feel terrible Yesterday i went to the cancer center for check up in my On college is like bob like you. Don't feel well. I don't you know and she was like i need you. Go get tested. Offer kobe. I don't get tested for the flu and I tested negative or the flu but positive for the code. Just like i'm just aching. all over. essay flew ten times worse to me. Yeah i'm sure as getting it right right right. How'd you make you feel i mean. Do you have any regrets about going out there or do you know. I don't have any regrets at all. Because i can't pinpoint where i picked up the kobe virus true. I can't. I can't really say that bob told ted the if anything getting sick actually made him reflect more on the issues that he's been talking to people about well canvassing. When bob realized that he was sick it was harder than it should have been for him to find a place where he could get tested. He ended up having to go somewhere in another county about twenty miles away more than ever. It's clear to him that he and his community don't have the medical resources that they deserve and he's still holding out. Hope that whoever wins two of these most expensive senate races in american history that they could potentially change that it really drives home. The message that the rural community is that a disadvantage in the more that i see everybody's getting vaccines and you know where they're going to understand this on the frontline workers first and then they're trickle down but what about the rural communities. You know when you're in a big city maybe eight nine hospitals and we don't have hospital in my county will have a hospital in the county some of the numbers that i've been watching cnn. It's like they'll spent almost five hundred twenty something million dollars on this election. You know what we can do with five hundred twenty seven million dollars. In the rule to unity's that was supply a lot of money for a hospital. This story was reported and produced by ted muldoon and me martine powers ted also sound designed. Today's episode additional reporting and insights came from national political reporter. Food and the story was edited by maggie. Penman and rena flores. That's it for today's post reports..

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"georgia" Discussed on Post Reports

Post Reports

05:53 min | 3 months ago

"georgia" Discussed on Post Reports

"In the ds after it was officially declared that georgia's to senate races. Were going to go into runoffs. And that those runoffs. We're gonna decide control of the senate and the future of the country. There was this tiktok that went totally viral over the internet. It was from the kind of user named adrian elliott. And it starts this this guy. He's kind of like this hipster looking guy with long hair. And a tank top helix board and the caption of tiktok knee in los angeles talking to voters in georgia. This guy he puts his phone to his ear and.

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"georgia" Discussed on Gaining Ground: The New Georgia

Gaining Ground: The New Georgia

02:02 min | 3 months ago

"georgia" Discussed on Gaining Ground: The New Georgia

"Clinton and democrats think they have a chance to flip it again. Georgia too early to call one more time. With georgia public broadcasting's political reporter steven fowler. Biggest surprise of this november election was how smooth things went in georgia. There were some signs that things. We're going to be better. You had a record number of absentee ballots requested and people returning them. You had people flooding early. Voting and the counties were all preparing for up to eighty percent turnout six million or so votes and they had more staffing and they had more polling places than they had more machines and more training georgia's still has a republican secretary of state but he is a night and day difference from how brian kemp ran that office. Brad reference burger is still a hard right republican. But he's an engineer who is obsessed with the process which is why you see him. Do things like sand six point. Nine million people absentee ballot applications and he's enacted a lot of policies. That if you took away a party label would be relatively progressive. You could make the argument that the actions that the republican secretary of state took in this election cycle to make it easier for people to vote ended up ensuring that democrats won the white house because traditionally groups of people that you saw wait in longer lines and have less of an access to the polls. You could make an argument that for the first time georgia voted like its population is that the results were truly reflective of the larger and more granular population of the state because of the actions taken.

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"georgia" Discussed on Gaining Ground: The New Georgia

Gaining Ground: The New Georgia

07:06 min | 3 months ago

"georgia" Discussed on Gaining Ground: The New Georgia

"And to ours. Election comes with a lot of uncertainty across the country. Cities are planning for election day. Could you imagine if i lose my whole life. What am i going to. It feels so good. Maybe i'll have to leave the country. I don't know you're going to win four more years. We can't play games. Get out and vote. Do those Beautiful absentee ballots. Because the only way we're gonna lose this election is if the election is rigged remember that many businesses concerned about potentially destructive protests following the election. Pulling out all the stops in georgia and these are the voters who could swing it. As the country braced itself for this most consequential election people in georgia were ready for groups. Who have dealt with feeling both invisible an under appreciated and the political process from black women to college. Kids latinos and asian americans people who had been working for years in preparation for this day. It was go time. November third had finally arrived. It's election day in america and not only is the presidency at stake but also control of the us senate. The state of georgia now becomes our focus on this election day. One of those states closely watched. Why georgia georgia the great question. It's weird saying georgia is a battleground state. But it really is this year. Political experts say that blue hue could return to georgia to get a better understanding of what took place here on november third. We have to understand how elections work in georgia. My name is stephen. Fowler i am the political reporter at georgia public broadcasting these statewide npr station for georgia and the host of battleground ballot-box podcast that explores georgia's history present and future with politics and elections. Georgia has one hundred fifty nine counties which is second only to texas in the sheer number. And even though there is a secretary of state who is georgia's top election official much of the day-to-day activities are run at the county level. These georgia counties would be responsible. Not only for running the november general election but also the spring presidential primary which turned into a summer presidential primary and they'd be doing it with new voting machines to understand georgia's june primary. You have to go back really to late twenty. Nineteen georgia had just selected a new voting machine vendor to switch from direct recording electronic devices. Basically touchscreen computers that stored your vote on memory card to a ballot marking device which is a bigger touchscreen that prints out a piece of paper that then goes and is scanned now. The paper component makes it much more secure and easy to do things like audit the votes and a hand recount of the votes with this new voting machine. You had to get thirty thousand machines and printers and scanners and battery. Backups distributed one hundred fifty nine different counties the move to new voting machines. Came after organizers sued the state in two thousand seventeen alleging older voting machines were vulnerable to hacking and didn't allow for auditing. The state meant that deadline by aggressively. Getting it out over the holidays then. The pandemic hit the county elections officials. I talked to from all across. The state were worried about several things. They were worried. There weren't gonna have enough poll workers because the average age of a poll worker in georgia is in the same age range of people that are most susceptible to the garona virus. There were going to be pulling play. Shortages especially in some of the bigger metro counties because places like churches or community centers and other third party groups were closing their doors to the outside because they didn't want to have the virus spread. And then you had this. Unprecedented push to vote by mail. Typically a couple percent of georgia voters us absentee ballots. Mainly people over sixty five disabled or military and overseas voters because of the pandemic and because the secretary of state everyone six point nine million applications for absentee ballots there was just an avalanche of paper that these counties had to process it was just really an overwhelming endeavor according to the atlanta journal constitution. Georgia has allowed no excuse absentee voting by mail since two thousand five. This means voters didn't need a reason such as illness or military deployment to vote by mail. All the republicans were more likely to take advantage of voting by mail in previous years. This shifted amid the coronavirus pandemic more than one point. Three million people voted. Absentee and georgia's general election still as stephen fowler. Explains the national attention on georgia. Politics started before the general election in subsequent senate runoffs so the primary was pushed from march to may the may primary was pushed to june which bought counties more time but you still had the fact that plenty of people in the state. Both voters and poll workers had never use this equipment before and so georgia was thrust into the national spotlight painted as this big inept election administration because of the problems that we saw on the primary day it really has become kind of a perfect storm. One problem on top of another on top of another accrue long lines at some polling places in georgia widespread voting problems long. wait time problems with new voting machines. Free things that did not open on time. Nineteen of its polling places. We'll stay open until eight pm tonight because of problems earlier in the day. We're just being told it's a situation with the machinery. Cordial is unveiling a new voting machines today. So these new systems are coming out right in the middle of pandemic so i waited in line three hours to vote. I showed up ten minutes before polls open and was number one ten in line and there were no problems at my polling place but you know when there are one hundred and ten people in line before the polls even open that's going to create a bit of a line. There are so many things that were just beyond people's control. And i think it's easy to rag on georgia as this like ads backwards southern state. There's a lot happened this year. Beyond the control of those people working twenty hour days to try to make the elections happen one of those people working long hours with maya kostenko. A resident of decatur georgia and first time poll watcher for this election. I.

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"georgia" Discussed on Gaining Ground: The New Georgia

Gaining Ground: The New Georgia

05:54 min | 4 months ago

"georgia" Discussed on Gaining Ground: The New Georgia

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All members have access to the growing plus catalogue with thousands of select on books. Podcasts audible originals. Guided fitness in meditation programs sleep tracks for better rest and more all included with membership. Audible has plenty of content to entertain inspire and inform. It's easy to find just the right. Listen whether it's comedy romance suspense true crime science fiction or fitness and wellness does a listen for every moment and every mood and so much to discover with everything. All in one place audible can truly become your playlists for life. You can start exploring audible with a free thirty day. Trial now won a letter friend or relative. No you're thinking about them. Share the gift of audible with others so they can be inspired informed and entertained visit audible dot com slash new georgia or text new georgia to five zero zero five zero zero we. We weren't in high school at the same time nope nope. I think you were closer to my brother right. Yeah i roger the europe. He was cool. And i knew he had a older brother. But then you know with back in my email. No don't do that. don't do that. I can remember some of our exchanges. And i also if i may interject this is charles birthday. Atlanta native resident and staff writer for the new yorker sitting at manuals the political landmark and also the site of our annual alumni holiday party charles covered the election in his home state at a feverish pace and is continuing to do so as we head into the january. Fifth runoffs of the four running. Purdue is the only one that's that's held office right and his cousin. Sonny perdue a former governor of georgia so of the four. He's the one who has like a lot of name recognition and that separates him from leffler. Who doesn't she was just installed in her position after isaac's and retired she's married to a very wealthy somewhat. Well known business guy whose company runs the new york stock exchange. They live in one the biggest homes in atlanta but people south georgia north georgia had never heard of kelly leffler even though she ran and wnba team leffler name suddenly increased recognition when she got appointed but also immediately. She started getting in hot water with her response to social justice movements her own. Wnba team pushed back really hard against her comments. Denouncing black lives matter and then she very quickly also became one of the first senators who appeared to make stock trades or her stocks were traded. She has somebody who does it for her right. After the pandemic appeared and private meetings were held in which she learned things that could have benefited her her portfolio. No charges were ultimately brought by the justice department that her name quickly became associated with being anti black lives matter. And also like sketchy stock stuff. Purdue also got brought into both of those to some degree. But i think his name is less tarnished than hers at this point among most georgians. He's more likely to get knee-jerk support leffler. You might be like I don't know you might think. The fashion statement of the year might be masked shield related. But you'd be wrong if we're really talking. Statements is when members of the wnba as atlanta dream owned by kelly law. Flir wore black vote. War knocked shirts in response to laughlin. As many anti black lives matter comments the anti laughlin energy and the wearing the shirts has spread throughout the wnba are most socially awake league longtime atlanta dream star in clear future. Wnba hall of famer. Angel mccoughtry has been vocal about her former boss. Kelly law flir even as she's moved on to play for the las vegas aces. We asked angel how she.

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"georgia" Discussed on The Women

The Women

02:11 min | 4 months ago

"georgia" Discussed on The Women

"Welcome back to the women. I'm your host rosary every episode. I follow one. Woman's extraordinary journey. And on this upcoming mini season i talked to some of the brave brazen and us women from my home state of georgia where two senate seats held by. Republican incumbents are being challenged and the power of the legislature is in the balance. This is not typical. This is the path to getting some decent healthcare. This is the path to getting the pandemic addressed in georgia. These elections are life and death. State senator nan orrock as one of the many women. Getting out the vote in every corner of the state and while everyone's talking about how crucial these georgia runoffs are the are still so many pervasive misconceptions as seventh generation georgian. I really wanna show the georgia that i know filled with incredible builders and dreamers like criminal justice advocate joseph duffy rice there so much amazing stuff happening in georgia and we get such a bad rap. There's sort of like. Let's just let the south go mindset. That really isn't giving it enough credit to the people working really hard here every day. I'll also get a chance to speak with the woman responsible for getting more than ten thousand absentee ballots to people in jail. An down those those who craft policy and consult candidates on both sides of the aisle like republican john king. It may be the the major moment in my entire existence as of right now is to continue to try to push politics in the direction of the people and away from these dictatorship mentalities thir- mainly before candidates on the ballot for senate on january fifth. But as we learned from stacey abrams last season make no mistake. It's the women on the ground in georgia who will determine the future of this country if you fix our democracy so that we make it easier for people to vote and thus he shifted the balance of power back to the people. And that's what we need.

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"georgia" Discussed on Slate's The Gist

Slate's The Gist

08:30 min | 6 months ago

"georgia" Discussed on Slate's The Gist

"The US. Senate. For decades is a good candidate. We last heard of him when he lost a special election in a district that he might not lived in to what's You. Know. Didn't. Know, he lives in Georgia. So I'm going to be really candid with you. Thank you bill. For a long time I wasn't clear on what the of appeal was. I just didn't quite understand why were. So taken by him when he ran his special election for that congressional seat. Of course, he became a national darling of the Democrats because they really wanted to win after trump had won the presidential election. They really wanted to win that at six district special election, which is what he ran in, and of course, he raised tens of millions of dollars, and in those days I was sort of unclear about him. I have to say that I watched him in a debate this past week at I was surprised at he was really substantive. He really took it to purdue very directly I mean he It this the debate did not appear to be David Perdue former corporate fight fortune five, hundred executives. Selfish. Ord knowing how to deal with young newcomer like Esau I saw in fact gave him a really hard time and I came away much more impressed with US author I had been previously. He was quite good in the national media. There's there's always a bias towards change and so Georgia as a state in the deep south you know relatively deep South I went to college there some of it's not not. Deep but it's been been Republican Republicans win statewide office has been since Jimmy Carter used a southern strategy to actually be Gerald Ford. But what are the chances of the state turning blue? When's the last time? Democrats had any real success statewide and a Lotta Times? I do find that the national coverage is always betting on the com- as opposed to actually chronicling what has happened in the recent past. I think that's a good point. I mean George has been turning its jour-jour turning purple for the last fifteen year I mean that's what Democrats would have you believe in it just doesn't happen. All right. So just a brief history on that the last time, a Democratic presidential candidate one Georgia was nineteen ninety-two when Bill Clinton did and there were circumstances that led to that. That he did not repeated ninety, six, ninety, six in his reelection campaign Clinton Lost Georgia. That's the last time a Democrat has won state has won presidential contest in Georgia and the state turned completely red in two thousand two and beyond when the last Democratic governor of Georgia. Roy. Barnes. What lost his reelection to Sonny Perdue of course, now, the secretary of Agriculture in the trump administration and from that time on really two thousand, two on the state has been controlled entirely by Republicans Republicans occupy every one of the constitutional officers Labor Commissioner Secretary of State, all of those offices. Lieutenant Governor and they have the majority in both the House and Senate a dramatic switch from the late Nineteen Ninety S. So more questions. The presidential race is close and as I was looking at some of the cross tabs, a couple interesting things jump out the number of African. American registrants has gone up but it does seem that Joe Biden isn't polling as well among non white voters, which includes of course, Hispanic voters as Hillary Clinton did. So what where might some of the vote or interesting wrinkles of where each candidate presidential candidate might get their vote come from where? What are you looking at? Well I think you. I think you're right. You've really looked at that in exactly the correct way I think Biden will make inroads with white suburban. Voters there's no question about that. At this point, if you look at cross tabs of drill down to to geography as well as gender but it, you know I think the New York, Times Sienna poll I don't have it in front of me right now I was a little surprised to see that I think. Biden's support among African Americans in general within the mid eighties I believe people can check that for sure. Not Quite as high as you'd expect it to be, and there were still ten percent according to Sienna of African American voters who claim to be undecided. The real issue for black voters here's going to be a what a black men do. You know the the trump campaign has really worked hard to especially attract African American men to their side. And the Biden people have been trying their best to to make sure they get over into their camp. There's an ad campaign that has played in Georgia, which has a number of black men sitting in a barbershop. Talk about the election there it's a vitamin abidance spot and widen would be and it's interesting. One of the things that said one of those finds is what are the one of the guys in the barbershop says, well, you know our women are all voting for Joe Biden and the other ones who well maybe it's time we got behind too. So it's been. An interesting situation and you know twice now trump is come here to rally black voters and a any and. He's also got Donald Trump junior having come in here as recently as this past. Friday. To, speak to black voters so they're making an effort at. We'll see how that goes to my last question. Is this a lot of states that are purple and you know George hasn't gotten there yet, but it's threatening to become purple. The purple means is that most of the politics are somewhat moderate somewhat in the middle, it does seem that Georgia is the different kind of average which could be it's an average because you're taking into pretty far. Extremes are the politics of Georgia as extreme as they seem from the outside looking at a warnock versus collins slash. Leffler dynamic or is it more of a moderate state? Is it actually more of a state where you know reasonable centrism has a lot of sway? Well, I mean, let me I have two answers for that. Number one we will find out just how the extremes operated in Georgia on Emilio sometime after November Third Donald Trump wins the state again I guess you could probably say that, yes, this state is still terribly divided along partisan lines of is obviously trump's not gonna win Democratic support in his campaign here but but here's another aspect to bet is pretty interesting I. Think. So when it comes to national politics, the divide is is great here. There are battle lines drawn but if you dip down into the Georgia, state legislature. You will see that divide in a different way the state. Senate here is a very conservative body that introduces legislation that you know a lot of So he'll engineering legislation, for example, religious liberty bills that SORTA thing you've got a house though which may be controlled by Republicans, but you've got a Republican speaker of the House who has shown over and over yet, and that his effort is going to be too blunt to the most extreme measures social engineering should measure particularly that come to him from the Senate. So I think that's fascinating I. Think the legislature is a place especially on the house side where we see. that. There is more of a moderate..

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"georgia" Discussed on The Daily

The Daily

04:01 min | 11 months ago

"georgia" Discussed on The Daily

"Strategy. A stead you've been describing how important Georgia could be in the twenty twenty elections. So what does what happened on Tuesday night? Tell us about what we might expect. I think Tuesday is a signal for both the country and the party's. Things that we might have to expect come November. For one. If elected officials do not proactively prepare. For a election that could be up ended by virus concerns. We might have lines like we saw on Tuesday. If, they're not prepared to count thousands and thousands of absentee in mail in ballots in ways that are unprecedented and presidential history. We might not get results from key states on election night. And even more so about the type of messages that politicians are giving to the public right now. If people don't feel as if going to the ballot box in voting is a process that is equitable and fair to them. It is going to be harder for particularly democratic politicians to tell their base. This is where you should put your energy. This is how you make change. What we saw on Tuesday. Was Not an encouraging scene..

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"georgia" Discussed on Today, Explained

Today, Explained

02:18 min | 1 year ago

"georgia" Discussed on Today, Explained

"Four twenty twenty. It's a great day to abstain from injecting disinfectant into your body. I'm Sean Rama's firm and this is your corona virus update from today explained. The president of the United States suggested Thursday night that it would be interesting to look into injecting disinfectant into humans to combat cove in nineteen this prompted the makers of Lysol to issue a statement. Reminding people that quote under no circumstance. Should OUR DISINFECTANT PRODUCTS BE administered into the human body through injection ingestion or any other route? Not sure who needed to hear that other than the person in charge of the country but glad it's all been cleared up the food and Drug Administration has also issuing guidance that contradicts the president. Remember those anti malarial drugs. Trump was promoting in a statement today the FDA strongly cautioned against using hydroxy chloroquine or chloroquine to treat cove nineteen outside of a hospital setting or a clinical trial due to risk of heart. Rhythm problems. One thing everyone seems to agree on is aid for small businesses in the United States. The president signed a four hundred eighty four billion dollar relief. Bill that will also help hospitals and provide funding for testing missing from the packages aid for state governments which Democrats were pushing for Republicans. Less so and while we're on the states some of them are opening backup today. Georgia's really going forward and we'll talk about Georgia in today's show but Georgia's not the only one beaches of already begun to open back up in Florida. Alaska is lifting restrictions. Oklahoma is reopening parks and stores are opening up in South Carolina. More states are expected to lift their shelter in place orders in the coming weeks. This as the death toll hit fifty thousand in the United States today. Interestingly the president urged caution at least in the case of Georgia's saying he disagreed. Strongly with the governor's decision to reopen certain businesses but the president's messaging on the matter has been inconsistent at best. No matter what state you're in you can call today explain. Let us know how you doing. What's on your mind whatever? Call our listener voicemail line at two. Oh two six eight eight five nine four four email today explained at vox dot com or tweet us. We are at today underscore explained. I'm at Romney's firm..

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"georgia" Discussed on Conspiracy Theories

Conspiracy Theories

03:03 min | 1 year ago

"georgia" Discussed on Conspiracy Theories

"First episode on the Georgia Guide Stones a strange monument located in Elbert County Georgia the massive granite stones attract ten thousand tourists per year in part because their visually arresting but the contents of their engravings is even more intriguing and the mysterious secrecy surrounding the construction most interesting of all this week will discuss the facts surrounding the Georgia guide stones the strange process through which they were constructed and the controversy that surrounded them next week. We'll delve delve into some of the conspiracy theories surrounding the man and the group who designed these stones. We'll explore some potential intentions in their message as as well as some modern interpretations of what they might mean the Georgia guide stones are located in a grassy field not too far from downtown Alberton Georgia off highway seventy seven at first glance. They can be daunting at nineteen feet and three inches. They loom over the Green Grassy field. If you were to visit today you'd probably see a metal fence surrounding the stones as their common target target of graffiti. The stones are arranged in an x shape with one central pillar in four stones that fan out from the middle with a capstone on top an engraving on the top capstone is written in four ancient languages Babylonian classical Greek Sanskrit and ancient Egyptian in hieroglyphics when translated to English the top capstone reads. Let these be guide stones to an age of reason on the four other stones are also engraved on both sides unlike the capstone. This text is written in eight different languages English Spanish so healy Healy Hindi Hebrew Arabic traditional Chinese and Russian and on these particular stones are the ten guidelines number one they maintain humanity under five hundred million in perpetual balance with nature number to guide reproduction wisely improving improving fitness and diversity number three unite humanity with a living new language number four rule passion and faith tradition and all things with tempered reason number five protect people and nations with fair laws and just courts number for six let all nations rule internally resolving external disputes in a world court number seven avoid petty laws and useless officials number eight balanced personal rights with social duties number nine prize truth beauty love seeking in harmony with the infinite and finally number ten be not a cancer on the earth..

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"georgia" Discussed on Conspiracy Theories

Conspiracy Theories

01:41 min | 1 year ago

"georgia" Discussed on Conspiracy Theories

"Remember your grandma's recipe from scratch each without a recipe. Oh now imagine the world has ended those few that are left have to rebuild society and Instruction Manual manual could come in handy. That was the thinking for the residents of Alberton Georgia in nineteen seventy nine. This town is home home to six large slabs of granite sitting in the middle of a grassy field in an x shape. These stones are massive standing at approximately nineteen feet in height with one capstone piece of granite sitting on top and one piece of granite acting as a central pillar. These stones are there's sometimes referred to as the American Stonehenge or the Georgia guide stones. Each of these stones have unusual engravings. Some believe these are guidelines to rebuild society in the event of an apocalypse but thanks to instructions like maintain humanity under five hundred million in perpetual balance with nature some believe the stones have threatening satanic origins encouraging the the destruction of most of humanity. It's even been called the ten commandments of the antichrist. The construction of these stones began one hot hot summer in one thousand nine hundred seventy nine a strange man appeared in Alberton Georgia seeking the ideal location for his granite monument that would ensure humanity's survival. This mysterious man went by the pseudonym of our C- Christian to this day..

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"georgia" Discussed on VIBES-LIVE

VIBES-LIVE

06:10 min | 2 years ago

"georgia" Discussed on VIBES-LIVE

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"georgia" Discussed on My Favorite Murder with Karen Kilgariff and Georgia Hardstark

My Favorite Murder with Karen Kilgariff and Georgia Hardstark

01:36 min | 3 years ago

"georgia" Discussed on My Favorite Murder with Karen Kilgariff and Georgia Hardstark

"Got us a lovely sharpshooter and cheese spread backstage vance's our tour manager he is georgia's husband right does it all does a which means we don't have to pay him pay hard labor he's doing hard labor for three is hard much start abor his stark labor all right that's good your name that's cute here's center her her shoe nice stage picture those are great you tell me your name sorry isa isa awesome abe everybody where are you from you're from kerry kerry she's carrying you guys know what did you say it right i'm sorry it's hurry okay what's your hometown so my mom is from west meat and she's from this tiny village like there's not even as many people as there is here it's called cool and sorry so family from dublin moved out there years ago and the folder worked in england so he'd be back and forth and then just stop seeing him oh and then they moved away and they hadn't really got involved with the community so why nobody cares.

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"georgia" Discussed on My Favorite Murder with Karen Kilgariff and Georgia Hardstark

My Favorite Murder with Karen Kilgariff and Georgia Hardstark

01:40 min | 3 years ago

"georgia" Discussed on My Favorite Murder with Karen Kilgariff and Georgia Hardstark

"I also told her that she can't do it unless she also is fake drunk oh that's right it can't accuse the customs guy being that's dangerous government shit but he basically said what's the purpose of your visit something like that house that and we were like where is it so hard to tell people what we're doing comedy show doing you don't wanna tell guy leading us in the country or not that we're doing a murder thing yeah we'll turn out we love murder and so we've come here murder we've we've just been studying your murders here just interested in how you kill and where are you kill it really why but he just said we're here to do live podcast and then he said what's the name of it in georgia said my favorite murder and he goes right i heard all about it there was a go go who american last came through here on friday and she told me all about it she was insane talk about murder so if she's just doing an impression my grandmother i don't i don't have found out her name and i forgot it can be if you can believe it but you know we thank you for that just on the ground leaning to strangers what they're doing and how they're doing it with us karen invited them to the show she's not here she'd be screaming at this point i think are you here no that's no really know that sound like cat just got murdered him back.

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