Georgia Association of Latino Elected Officials is based in Atlanta. They aim to increase the presence of Latinos in politics and address the needs of the community.
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Georgia legislation on immigration is a "copycat" of an Arizona immigration bill.
Recent stories featuring Georgia Association of Latino Elected Officials
Last week, PolitiFact Georgia did its fair share of cluck-clucking.
Claims about a proposed immigration measure, a reading of the U.S. Constitution by the backer of a "birther" bill and a take on federal law about the U.S. Supreme Court all ruffled the Truth-O-Meter’s feathers.
We also updated the progress Gov. Nathan Deal made on his promise to end the Ga. 400 tolls and discerned whether a candidate for Gwinnett County chairman was a faux chicken farmer -- the accuser laid an egg on that one.
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