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U.S. Rep. Kingston criticized for statement on school lunch

Special to SEGAZINE

U.S. Rep. Jack Kingston is coming under criticism for comments suggesting that poor students who are part of the nation’s school lunch program should sweep cafeteria floors.
Source: Athens Banner-Herald

Political Insider: Army Cyber Command will be based in Augusta
“The Army announced today that its Cyber Command will be headquartered at Fort Gordon in Augusta, bringing 700 new people to the base and a three-star commander.”
Source: Atlanta Journal-Constitution

State Sen. Mike Dugan wants to make it legal to have Christmas trees in schools
Dugan also wants to make it legal to say “Merry Christmas” and “Happy Hanukah” in schools.
Source: WSB-TV

Sen. Don Balfour acquitted of all charges
Vindicated, Balfour said he and his wife were looking forward to spending a week with their son before he’s deployed for his second tour of duty in Afghanistan. He balked at discussing the political side of things but admitted he was nervous throughout the trial.
Source: Gwinnett Daily Post

• Kyle Wingfield: Don Balfour acquitted, but this story isn’t over
“A jury has acquitted state Sen. Don Balfour, R-Snellville, on charges he stole public funds by filing false expense reports. But the intrigue is only beginning.”
Source: Atlanta Journal-Constitution

State Rep. Ed Rynders predicts state budget surplus
State Rep. Ed Rydners predicted the state budget will probably contain a surplus, and that some of the surplus could be used to take the sting out of five consecutive years of reductions in education funding.
Source: Albany Herald


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