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Georgia DNR won’t undo June vote creating Law Enforcement Division

Special to SEGAZINE

The DNR’s vote in June started a process of the Wildlife Resources Division’s 204 conservation rangers, popularly known as game wardens, becoming part of the new Law Enforcement Division.

Source: Gainesville Times


Audio: A look at the new federal sentencing policy and its effect on Georgia
Defense attorney Page Pate comments on the new policy.


Emory study shows Atlanta Falcons fan base is second worst in NFL
Emory ranked Falcons fans No. 31 out of 32 teams in the league in terms of fan support.
Source: Atlanta Business Chronicle


Report says Georgia is progressing with solar energy
Georgia is trending toward stepping up solar production. Last year, solar capacity in Georgia grew by 44 percent.
Source: Atlanta Business Chronicle


Former Gov. Zell Miller swears in State Supreme Court judges
Justice Harris Hines of Marietta was sworn in as presiding justice, the No. 2 position on the Georgia Supreme Court, and Justice Hugh Thompson of Milledgeville was sworn in as the high court’s chief justice.
Source: Marietta Daily Journal


Just two organizations to help Georgians pick health plan
Only the University of Georgia’s extension service and the Structured Employment Economic Development Corporation, or SEEDCO, will serve the Peach State, and department officials declined to release the number of organizations that applied and were turned down.
Source: Georgia Times-Union




• UGA to be one of two groups to supply Obamacare navigators
The extension service at the University of Georgia is one of just two organizations that will supply workers to help an estimated 1.9 million Georgians pick a health plan under ObamaCare.
Source: Athens Banner-Herald


• Jamie Dupree: Feds roll out $67 million in ‘Navigator’ grants
“The federal government today announced that it is awarding $67 million to various groups to help sign people up for insurance under the Obama health reform law, designating 105 organizations as “Navigators” to help people get coverage through the various state exchanges.”
Source: Atlanta Journal-Constitution

Norcross police department fighting crime by predicting it
The department is implementing PredPol predictive policing software that uses police data, advanced mathematics and complex algorithms to determine small areas likely to be hit by crime during a particular time window; Gwinnett Police are the first in the Southeast to use the technology.
Source: Gwinnett Daily Post

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