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"Reduce the spread of covid, including the new delta variant, and the variant as best we can tell, does not escape masking any more effectively. Is not evidence of that, Benjamin says. Those who aren't vaccinated should wear mass. Some districts like Atlanta public schools kept mask mandates in place over the summer. School systems could tweak their policies before school starts next month, depending on how well Covid 19 is contained. Martha Dalton. W. ABC News Major League Baseball's All Star game takes place tomorrow in Denver, and protesters turned out in downtown Denver over the weekend to call attention to but to what brought the game to the city in the first place, the new voting rights law here in Georgia They're calling on Congress to expand voter access at a time when Georgia and several other states have passed laws, making it harder to vote. There will be pulled the game as well as the amateur draft from Atlanta after Georgia Republicans enacted a restrictive voting law. Colorado has a mail in election system that is considered the most inclusive and secure in the country. Many fans are disappointed not to be seeing track. Starsia Kerry Richardson compete in the Tokyo Olympics, including Atlanta's former Olympic runner sound yet Richard Broths. She says she was sad to hear the news that Richardson was disqualified from the games after testing positive for THC. I can't decide which one is Hillier like being banned for marijuana or smoking marijuana before you compete, so you know, I know this is going to be a really tough learning curve for her. She's still so young Sonia Richards. Ross won gold The 400 m at the 202,012 Olympics. She'll be a track and field commentator in Tokyo..
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"sonia richards ross" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM
"Good morning. I'm Lisa Ray. Um Governor Brian Kemp is celebrating big fund raising numbers in his reelection bid. The Republican kicked off his campaign in the South Georgia city of Perry over the weekend. But I'm proud to be here with you all as we officially kick off our reelection campaign because I want to continue to fight and to serve as your governor. Simple spacing at least one primary challenger and former state representative Vernon Jones. Jones used to be a Democrat, but became an ardent supporter former President Trump. He has repeated many of Trump's attacks on Kemp related to Georgia's 2020 election, which camp refused to overturn. However, the governor still doesn't have a Democratic opponent. Though many expect his former rival, Stacey Abrams, to jump in the race, A recent report shows many of Georgia's federally funded apartments are vulnerable to natural disasters. Stephanie Stokes says that story. Natural disasters like hurricanes, flooding and tornadoes are all possible and increasingly common in Georgia. A report by the Public and Affordable Housing Research Corporation looks at how that may affect residents of government housing. It finds that more than 50,000 federally funded units in Georgia are in areas that are at high risk of negative consequences from natural disasters. The risk factor comes from a federal disaster agency and can mean property damage or displacement. That number represents about a third of the publicly supported housing in the state. The report says tenants and federally funded apartments are also less likely to have resources to prepare or evacuate for emergency events than other low income households. Stephanie Stokes. W ABC News Atlanta's Olympic gold medal winner, Sonia Richards Ross is launching a fitness challenge for mothers. It's meant to encourage moms to prioritize their own health since, according to the Kaiser Family Foundation. Women were more likely than men have gone without health care during the pandemic. Richards Ross says It's important for moms to take time for themselves after juggling so many roles last year, I think for many of us, we had to just do what we had to do during the pandemic. And you know, and many of us became teachers and chefs and all kinds of things that we weren't used to. And I think, as moms. We showed how resilient we can be. And it's time for us now, to kind of take that back. Sanya Richards. Ross is company. Mommy Nation began its fit Mommy Challenge last week. She'll be at the Tokyo Games as a track and field commentator later this month. Support for W. Abdi comes from the University of Georgia. Terry College of Business Professional NBA program in Atlanta. Students may earn an MBA in less than two years at the Buckhead campus. More information at Georgia NBA programs dot com. And from engineered Solutions of Georgia. Summer heat and moisture in your homes. Crawlspace can create mold and lead to health issues. Engineered Solutions of Georgia provides diagnosis and repair for crawlspace. Moisture issues. S o g repair dot com Today, Mostly cloudy with a high near 83. There's a 60% chance for rain tonight Mostly cloudy with a little around 69, looking ahead to Tuesday, showers and thunderstorms likely with a high near 84..
"sonia richards ross" Discussed on The BosBabes
"You a little parental note down. So I was always doing something. I was always going somewhere and my parents were just rock stars for that. You, you never really think about how much they sacrificed and give to you until you're older. And now you're Thirty. And you're like, I don't think I could, I could take care of a child right now. So love you, Mom and Dad so much. It sounds like they were both very inspirational to you both in the past and probe. And it's speaking of people that were inspirational in your life. What sports did you enjoy watching as a kid? Obviously whether it be in on T or in person? I know that you enjoyed watching hockey which we will get too short. We so what sports did you enjoy? Watching and are there any athletes in particular that you lived up to as a child both male and female? Of course. Yeah, I watched a lot of track and field. I thought Sonia richards-ross was awesome. I ran track in addition to playing ice hockey. So I did the 400 the 200, the four, by the four, by one. I thought I was really fast to get attributed to my speed on the ice and I really obviously, like Serena Williams and Venus Williams. I thought they were just Trailblazers and a predominantly white sport, which I felt, I could relate to playing ice hockey and my dad would always force me to watch the NHL, especially playoffs my favorite team or the Detroit Red Wings. I love Steve. Yzerman I love song. Call. I wanted to have a slapshot just like him and break like a million sticks in a game. I love Brendan Shanahan like those are my guys and they were so good, so it helped that I was favoring a winning team. I, I was a kid that just really loved to play more so than watch if you know what I mean. That sounds like you have been immersed in the sport of ice hockey from a very young age. We're going to be talking about that very soon. I find it very interesting though that you got into track and field and that kind of you said attributed maybe to your speed a little bit. So can we talk about that a little bit more? Did you do that? Competitively I wasn't more for fun. Yeah, it was more of a thing where my mom did the high jump. And I think she might still have the not the Collegiate, but the High School record in Cleveland Heights for it. Probably not but she used to. She would brag to me about it and I just wanted to try it. I thought it was cool and long. Jump was also my thought jumping in a huge box of sand seemed Really cool and I just like to compete. I love being in a lane next to someone at their very best against you at your very best was kind of what drove me to run a Check..