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Says "some [states] with the largest reductions in crime have also lowered their prison population."
"There has never been a death caused by a [commercial nuclear] reactor in the United States, even when Three Mile Island failed in the 1970s."
The hour of sleep you lose during the change to daylight saving time might initially pose some health risks.
"Georgia still has one of the richest programs in terms of scholarships for students to go to college."
A bill before the Georgia General Assembly would make presidential candidates meet citizenship requirements that are not in the U.S. Constitution.
DeKalb County has cut more money from its general fund budget "than any local government in the Atlanta metro region."
More than one-quarter of America’s young adults are too fat to serve in the U.S. military
If you tried to pay out $1 trillion by handing it out at $1 per second, it would take more than 31,000 years.
Georgia has some of the best maintained roads in America.
Georgia is the second-fastest growing state for international tourists.
"This kind of snowstorm happens every 10 or 15 years."
Georgia lawmakers fuel up for the session by feasting on "wild" hogs.
State governments have little ability to stimulate job growth in the short run.
"Every student paying out-of-state tuition actually covers more than the cost of instruction."
The Atlanta Braves are "the oldest continuously operating professional sports franchise in America."
Said Republicans made historic gains in state legislatures during last month’s election
"Animal abuse is often an indicative trait of future acts of violence against humans."
"Georgia has the second-highest rate of childhood obesity in the United States."
Michael Thurmond "authored major legislation that has provided more than $250 million in tax relief to Georgia’s senior citizens and working families."
This year, Newt Gingrich "has raised as much money as Mitt Romney, Tim Pawlenty, Sarah Palin, and Mike Huckabee combined."
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