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A nationally-renowned expert on redistricting gave a grim prognosis for the outcome of Georgia’s redistricting later this year. This year is the first time in more […]
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While Americans watched the nation undergo a massive metamorphosis last year, Clayton County community organizer Alaina Reaves was experiencing a political baptism by fire. At 32, Reaves is […]
Halfway through 2021 and you’re still trying to figure out how you can make a difference after a year of divisive national politics and protests and endless global […]
Atlanta City Council President Felicia Moore, a candidate for mayor, said the time is now to reign in the agencies that have been providing public assistance to developers when doing so isn’t necessary.
Atlanta City Councilman Antonio Brown launched his bid for mayor with a pledge to “reimagine Atlanta.” That kind of ambition, of course, demands a tough look at myriad issues — crime, income inequality and education, among others — that can be addressed by first ensuring Atlantans have housing stability.
Atlanta City Councilman Andre Dickens, a candidate for mayor, said he intends to pursue some of the goals of Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms’ One Atlanta Housing Affordability Action Plan. The plan, some of which he helped architect, provides a solid framework for future housing policies, he said.
Fulton County is putting on a clinic on how to administer a government program with the utmost transparency.