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Tuesday, April 15, 2014

2015 Tuition Rate at GRU Up 4 Percent

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ATLANTA, GA (USG) - The 2014-15 academic year will mark the third year in row tuition to attend the majority of the University System of Georgia’s colleges and universities will rise just 2.5 percent.

“Tuition and fees in the University System continue to be an excellent value for students, but we are both mindful and sensitive to ensuring broad access to college,” said Chancellor Hank Huckaby. He noted that among the 16 states of the Southern Regional Education Board (SREB), Georgia ranks tenth among four-year and seventh among two-year institutions for tuition and fees.

Sunday, April 13, 2014

Doomed...SPLOST VII - See You in November

New Laws for Georgia in 2014


4/13/2014 - Gov. Nathan Deal today signed into law SB 365, legislation that will help rehabilitated offenders successfully re-enter society by removing barriers to employment, housing and education.

This legislation strikes the proper balance between opportunity and accountability. Along with the previous two phases of my criminal justice reform, this law will pay dividends to taxpayers and improve the quality of life for all Georgians. -ND — at Antioch Baptist Church.

Friday, April 11, 2014

Informe sobre leyes de inmigración en Augusta

Thursday, April 10, 2014

Fight Georgia Corruption

I try to avoid discussing specific candidates who are running for office but in light of the condition of the Georgia House I am making an exception to write you a personal note on what I believe to be arguably the most important race in Georgia this year. This race is not even in the general election during November but occurs next month on May 20 in the Georgia primaries. It is the 7th District race between Speaker of the House, David Ralston and coach Sam Snider. Most of you know who the speaker is but do not know Sam Snider. Sam is a remarkably successful high school wrestling coach with a work ethic that has resulted in 13 state championships. Coach Snider has a deep faith in God and strong family values, anchored by his 28 year marriage and two grown sons.  He is a citizen with little political experience who wants to serve the district, not a career politician encumbered with a huge burden of special interests. Mr. Snider is challenging the speaker in the Republican primary even though the Democrats will not field a challenger in the general election.

Wednesday, April 9, 2014

Hearing: Crisis of Violence in Georgia Prisons

The Southern Center for Human Rights (SCHR) and Senator Vincent Fort will host a legislative hearing on Thursday, April 10, 2014, at 2:00 p.m. on the epidemic of violence and the escalating level of trauma and violent deaths in the Georgia prison system. At this hearing, family members of men who were killed in Georgia prisons will testify about what happened and ask legislators to help them obtain answers and accountability from the Georgia Department of Corrections. 

Tag Office Moving to West Augusta

AUGUSTA, GA (Press Release) - The East Augusta Tag Office at 925 Laney Walker Boulevard will serve its last citizens at the current location on Thursday, April 10th. The office will re-open as the West Augusta Tag Office on Wednesday, April 16th at 12:00 p.m. at 2816 Washington Road in the Publix Shopping Center. The opening will be preceded by a ribbon cutting and Open House at 10:30 am on Wednesday morning. Customers who live in or prefer to do their transactions downtown will be able to take advantage of expanded tag services in the Tax Commissioner’s Office in the Municipal Building along with the tax services they have always received.

Tuesday, April 8, 2014

1 de cada 4 bebés nacen de madres adolescentes


Aunque la cantidad de bebés nacidos de las madres adolescentes entre 15 y 17 años ha disminuido, todavía representa más de un cuarto de los nacimientos en la adolescencia; es decir, casi 1700 nacimientos por semana, según el informe de este mes de Signos Vitales. Esto resalta la necesidad de crear intervenciones dirigidas a esta población para prevenir los embarazos en la adolescencia, dice el informe de los Centros para el Control y la Prevención de Enfermedades.