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Women in the United States are paid about 70 percent of what men earn for the same work.
"It is against the law for the NSA to record or monitor Americans’ phone calls without getting a specific FISA warrant to do so."
Bob Barr has changed his position on the Defense of Marriage Act over the years.
Michelle Nunn has praised the Occupy movement.
"(T)he United States government and its Constitution says that people can be put to death."
The Southern Baptist Convention voted 13 years ago "that women were inferior and had to be subservient to their husbands."
U.S. Rep. Phil Gingrey wants public schools to teach women to "stay in their place."
Says Georgia Power customers pay 10 percent to 15 percent below the national average for electricity.
"In the past four years, (the U.S. Senate) has only passed nine out of 48 appropriation bills."
Corporate tax holidays pushed by Presidents John F. Kennedy and George W. Bush brought "billions" of dollars back into the United States.
A data system that goes along with Common Core is designed to collect up to 400 data points on each child, which can include personally identifiable data.
The Pink Pony club in DeKalb County has never been cited for any violation of an ordinance or state law.
"We (Georgia) collect fewer state taxes per capita than any other state … although state taxes are low, Georgia is the eighth-most-dependent state on the federal government."
"Black children constitute 18 percent of the nation's public school population but 40 percent of the children who are suspended or expelled."
"The violent crime rate in America is the same as it was in 1968, yet our prison system has grown by over 500 percent."
My office is about a 300-step walk to the governor's office.
U.S. Rep. John Barrow’s plan "puts the IRS in charge of your health care."
The federal government could save $500 million annually by circulating $1 coins instead of $1 bills.
Fewer Democrats were on the Georgia general election ballot in 2012 than in more than 100 years.
The proposed raises for the Norcross City Council would put it in line with other liked-sized communities.
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