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On May 20, Georgia Governor Brian P. Kemp wrote a letter to the State Board of Education opposing the teaching of critical race theory in Georgia classrooms. Below you will find the following excerpt: We must instead focus on our goal of providing the highest quality education to every child in Georgia, without partisan bias…

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It’s been a little over a month since Georgia Governor Brian Kemp issued a shelter-in place order, instructing Georgians to stay home. Since then, Kemp has begun to relax the restrictions and open up more businesses, malls, and parks. The state reopening, coupled with the warming weather, has created a false sense of safety for…

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This past May, after only four months in office, Governor Brian Kemp signed H.B. 481, a controversial bill that has been coined the “Heartbeat Bill.” The heartbeat bill is essentially a  ban on terminating pregnancies six weeks after conception, when a doctor can detect the fetus’s heartbeat. The consequences of abortions after six weeks are…

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Abortion is a big argument in the United States today. On May 7, Georgia governor Brian Kemp signed the fetal heartbeat bill, which means you can not have an abortion after six weeks, because you can detect a heartbeat. According to the Georgia Department of Health, there were 31,991 abortions in Georgia alone in 2017.…

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