Morning Reads: 10 March 2014

March 10, 2014 6:30 am

by Eric The Younger · 2 comments

It’s legislative day 35. Only five more left with Sine Die scheduled for 20 March. Here’s what happened over the weekend.

Georgia

Things still haven’t calmed down about the lack of funding for Savannah.
Child death review panel fails to provide answers.
SB 167 is getting some national attention, and not in a good way.
Georgia teachers like Common Core (myAJC link).
While Republican Senate Candidates were in Macon on Saturday, Democrat Michelle Nunn made a visit to Kennesaw.

National/International

A full list of House and Senate candidates attempting to create/continue political family dynasties.
CPAC didn’t really do much to hep the division in the Republican Party.
The next argument in our search for energy, frac sand.
Russia likely isn’t going to stop with Crimea, next will likely be the industrial areas of Ukraine.
Malaysia Arline flight still missing.

Everything Else

Well those are indeed some interesting results.
A two week spelling bee?!?

Jon Lester March 10, 2014 at 10:08 am

Do you really trust the voice of the Qatari crown to tell you what Russia will do next?

Eric The Younger March 10, 2014 at 4:06 pm

I have more faith in Al Jazeera English and Al Jazeera America’s journalistic ethics than any news source except the BBC.

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