Category Archives: Atlanta Journal-Constitution-AJC

AJC Politifact Rates APN Editor’s Housing Claim “TRUE”


“Truth-o-meter” graphic reprinted here for educational and informational purposes only.   (APN) ATLANTA — The Atlanta Journal-Constitution (AJC) newspaper and Politifact have weighed in on the accuracy of a recent statement made by Matthew Charles Cardinale, the News Editor and CEO of Atlanta Progressive News, regarding the need for more affordable housing in Atlanta; and determined the assertion to be […]

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Deal’s Proposal to Cut School Worker Health Care Won’t Save State Much

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(APN) ATLANTA — Despite media reports to the contrary, a proposal by Gov. Nathan Deal to cut health benefits for thousands of school bus drivers and cafeteria workers–who are for part-time, non-certified school district workers–is not projected to save the State of Georgia 103 million dollars.   If part-time, non-certified school employees lost their benefits, the State Health Benefit Plan […]

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AJC Online Content to Go Paid Subscription-Only

  (APN) ATLANTA — Freedom of the press does not mean that the press can operate for free, and, with that in mind, the Atlanta Journal-Constitution newspaper has announced that it will begin charging online viewers a subscription cost in order to view original AJC content on the website in the near future.   An annual digital premium subscription–for digital […]

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