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A Georgia religious freedom bill would help Catholic institutions that, under Obamacare, could be forced to provide abortion-inducing drugs.

More than 80 percent of Georgians don’t support legislation to ease gun restrictions in houses of worship, in bars and on campuses.

"Obamacare will mean 2.1 million fewer jobs by 2021."

"Since 2009, Georgia's public schools have lost nearly 9,000 classroom teachers while the number of students has gone up."

The prosecution of state Sen. Don Balfour cost less than $100, excluding prosecutors’ salaries.

The annual gross domestic product of metro Atlanta is "bigger than 28 states in the union."

Dollar General "added 2,500 stores and 20,000 jobs" during his four-year tenure as CEO.

Responding to a major snow event in Atlanta would be like Kansas City, Mo., responding to a major earthquake.

"Right now, we only keep 50 percent of Georgia Tech's graduates."

"Six of Georgia’s counties have no lawyers at all."

The cost of the food stamp program is at an all-time high.  

Florida shelled out more money for drug testing than it saved by denying welfare benefits to people who tested positive for drugs.

"Georgia has the fifth-highest number of uninsured people of any state in the union."  

"It still had not gotten terrible on the roads" by 2 to 3 p.m. Tuesday.

"We have been confronted with an unexpected storm that has hit the metropolitan area."

U.S. Rep. John Barrow, D-Ga., does not want to audit the Federal Reserve.

Volunteer firefighters and communities they serve in Georgia and elsewhere are being devastated by Obamacare.

The average Georgia family makes $6,000 less than the average family did 10 years ago when inflation is factored in.

"During my administration, funding for education has increased by over $930 million."

"(M)ore Georgians have jobs than at any other time since October 2008."

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