People gather for a rally on the 10th anniversary of the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program in Battery Park on June 15, 2022, in New York City. Michael M. Santiago/Getty Images WASHINGTON — A federal judge Wednesday declared illegal the Biden administration’s revised version of a program that protects hundreds of thousands of people brought into the country as children from deportation, and U.S. Senate Democrats, advocates and the White House on Thursday decried the decision.
U.S. Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer speaks to reporters in the U.S. Capitol on Sept. 14, 2023, as action in the chamber on spending bills got sidetracked ahead of a Sept. 30 deadline to avoid a partial government shutdown. Jennifer Shutt/States Newsroom WASHINGTON — Amid rising tensions and an approaching hard deadline, the U.S. House and Senate ended their work week on Thursday without a deal to fund the federal government past the end of
Fulton County Superior Judge Scott McAfee ruled Sept. 14 that Kenneth Chesebro and Sidney Powell will be tried separately from Donald Trump and 16 other co-defendants in the 2020 presidential election interference case. File Jason Getz/Atlanta Journal-Constitution via AP, Pool A Fulton County judge ruled Thursday that 17 defendants, including former President Donald Trump, will be tried separately from co-defendants Sidney Powell and Kenneth Chesebro, who are scheduled to go on trial on Oct. 23
The Gist: Detectives in Gwinnett County have arrested five adults and one juvenile, all related to a religious group calling themselves “Soldiers of Christ,” for their alleged involvement in a woman’s death. The case is now under investigation as a homicide. What Happened?: Officers first discovered the body inside a car’s trunk parked at 3555 Gwinnett Place Drive on September 12. Initial reports surfaced after a family member of one of the suspects found the
Reporter’s Notebook: Georgia Power’s economic development, ‘People’s RICO parody, CARE USA’s celebration
This week, the nation remembered lives lost on that day back in 2001. In Atlanta, the Metro Area, several cities, including Stockbridge, Roswell, Norcross, Johns Creek and Avondale, all held remembrance ceremonies at municipal sites, while the City of Atlanta itself held a First Responder Appreciation Day with an award ceremony on Monday. On to The post Reporter’s Notebook: Georgia Power’s economic development, ‘People’s RICO parody, CARE USA’s celebration appeared first on SaportaReport. SaportaReport Read
An Atlanta City Council member may introduce a resolution to put the public safety training center on the ballot, pending City attorneys’ advice – a move that could cut through a legal stalemate over the “Vote to Stop Cop City” effort. District 5 City Councilmember Liliana Bakhtiari is “considering introducing legislation on Monday” to put The post City Council member may seek to put training center on the ballot, break referendum stalemate appeared first on