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Dawson County man invited to White House

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Charlie Auvermann, executive director of the Development Authority of Dawson County, has been invited to attend the White House Champions of Change.
Source: Dawson News

Gov. Deal suspends DeKalb CEO Burrell Ellis
“I agree with the bipartisan panel of elected officials that the allegations against Burrell Ellis directly relate to and adversely affect his ability to carry out his duties as DeKalb CEO,” Deal said in a statement.
Source: Athens Banner-Herald

• Gov. Deal names Lee May as interim DeKalb County CEO
Source: WSB-TV 

Gov. Deal opposes repeal of Stand Your Ground law
The law allows people to defend themselves with deadly force if threatened in their home, business, car or place they are entitled to be.
Source: Athens Banner-Herald

House Speaker Ralston forms group to study Georgia forfeiture law
The group of 19 lawmakers, district attorneys and sheriffs was announced Tuesday and will study proposed legislation that could make it harder for law enforcement agencies to seize property and cash.
Source: Athens Banner-Herald

Political Insider: Korean-American to enter GOP race for U.S. Senate
“We’re about to get a new Republican candidate in the 2014 race for U.S. Senate – but not anyone most of you have heard of, or would expect. Eugene Chin Yu, a Korean-born but long-time resident of Augusta, has engaged political consultant Rich Thompson and is expected to announce his candidacy on Friday.”
Source: Atlanta Journal-Constitution

 

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