By Mike Klein Governor Nathan Deal on Thursday signed an adult criminal justice reform bill that revises minimum mandatory sentencing laws, expands the state’s right to evidence appeals and creates a new Georgia Criminal Justice Reform Commission that will remainaaa
It’s time to add a few more faces to the pitiful environment painted by Earth Day organizers.
Let’s compensate all patients any time an injury or death occurs in a hospital for any reason other than the condition that brought them to the hospital in the first place.
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Georgia Supreme Court Chief Justice Carol Hunstein challenged the General Assembly to expand mental health services for “clearly disturbed youngsters” during her final State of the Judiciary address, telling lawmakers, “We wait for the explosion and it will come” unless courts have more resources for dealing with juveniles who are clearly at risk to themselves and others.
Colleges around the country including Emory are constantly experimenting with online learning. Two virtual learning companies — Coursera and Udacity — continue to expand their connections with traditional universities. The Georgia Virtual School is an example of online learning that reaches beyond the traditional brick-and-mortar classroom.
Atlanta – Did you know that Georgia had the nation’s fourth-highest foreclosure rate in 2012? There were 105,610 foreclosure filings last year, or one for every 39 homes. Who’s to blame? Greedy bankers? Corrupt politicians? Ignorant homeowners? Find out fromaaa