Here in Georgia:
- Former Georgia director for Americans for Prosperity says the regional transportation referendum is a “conservative solution”.
- Yesterday, the state Senate approved the proposal for the Macon-Bibb consolidation.
- Attorney General Sam Olens supports a bill overhauling the state’s sunshine laws.
- The OB/GYN Society’s HQ was burglarized and the only thing taken was the Exec Director’s computer.
- FYI: Former Presidential Candidate, Herman Cain, will be speaking to the University of Georgia College Republicans on Wednesday, March 21st at 7PM. The event will take place on campus in the Miller Learning Center in room 101.
National stories of interest:
- Should Florida rethink its “stand your ground” law?
- U.S. exempts Japan and 10 other countries from Iran oil sanctions.
- Senior Democrats in the House aren’t contributing to thee DCCC.
- Forget Romney. Adam Kinzinger is who you should’ve been watching in Illinois last night.
- European Union says U.S. should follow Europe on consumer and citizen privacy.
Links I like:
- Three Atlantans were among the James Beard finalists named yesterday.
- Surge in technology hubs are giving African startups a place to grow.
- Ahem. Science says possessing a lower-pitched voice may give candidates a bump at the polls.
- The NYT is reducing the number of free online articles non-subscribers can access per month from 20 to 10.