Georgia News

Kemp introduces ‘Faith Protection Act’

Georgia Governor Brian Kemp wants to make sure that future governors don’t limit the rights of religious groups and congregations to practice during a state of emergency. Kemp has dubbed the bill the “Faith Protection Act,” which would ensure the emergency powers of any governor of Georgia are not used to “specifically limit the practice of any religion.” “During the COVID-19 pandemic, people of all faiths across America were told by state governments how, where,

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Georgia man arrested in connection with Capitol raid

BUFORD — A 49-year-old Buford man has been arrested in connection with the Jan. 6 raid on the U.S. Capitol. According to the FBI, Verden Andrew Nalley was arrested Tuesday on charges relating to criminal acts at the Capitol. Nalley is the 9th person from Georgia to be arrested in connection with the riot at the Capitol. The Department of Justice has not made the specific charges against Nalley public yet. Photo: Gallagher Photography /

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Scam Alert: No, the coronavirus vaccine isn’t being given at your house

Rabun County Sheriff Chad Nichols is alerting residents to a news cam involving the coronavirus vaccine. According to Nochols, scammers are calling residents to schedule a COVID-19 vaccine to be given at the resident’s home. In the course of the call, the scammer asks residents for personal information in exchange for making an appointment. The coronavirus vaccine is in short supply and is not being administered by home health care nurses or in people’s homes

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Norfolk Southern kills its plans for Chattahoochee Brick

In a major reversal, Norfolk Southern has terminated its plans to build a rail transfer facility on the site of the former Chattahoochee Brick Co. in northwest Atlanta.  The post Norfolk Southern kills its plans for Chattahoochee Brick appeared first on SaportaReport. SaportaReport Read More

Progressive News

Trump is scared that political opponents will be ‘suing me for the rest of my life’: report

On Thursday, The Daily Beast reported that the new flurry of lawsuits against former President Donald Trump has him worried that he will be fighting an endless stream of litigation forever. “With the Senate trial in the rearview, Trump is now confronting a whole range of other legal dramas during his immediate post-presidency,” reported Asawin Suebsaeng and Adam Rawnsley. “No longer shielded by the considerable legal protection of the Oval Office, Trump has privately bemoaned