Monthly Archives: May 2020

ALEC, Big Agriculture Seek to Undermine Nuisance Laws in Georgia

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  Photograph of Damon Mullis from   (APN) ATLANTA — Legislation currently pending before the Georgia Legislature, HB 545, the “Right to Farm Act of 2020,” seeks to make it more difficult for Georgia families to seek recovery in court for harms that they have suffered from nearby concentrated animal feeding operations (CAFO’s).   HB 545 was introduced […]

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U.S. Senate Candidate, Riggs Amico, Supported Romney over Obama, Donated to Right-wing Republican


  (APN) ATLANTA – Sarah Riggs Amico, a current candidate for the Democratic nomination for U.S. Senate, supported Mitt Romney over Barack Obama for President in 2012; and financially supported the 2012 campaign of a right-wing Republican, now-former U.S. Rep. John Mica (R-FL), for reelection to U.S. Congress.   Amico is seeking the Democratic nomination in the upcoming June 09, […]

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Activists Call for Rental Moratorium as Eviction Crisis Looms

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  Photographs one and three of three courtesy of United Student Workers of Georgia.  Photograph two courtesy of the Party for Socialism and Liberation.   (APN) ATLANTA — With millions of people in the U.S. out of work as a result of COVID-19 and the various government orders shuttering society and most businesses, there is a brewing residential rental crisis […]

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