Websites of 100 SSO scholarship schools in Georgia and found 15 with explicitly anti-gay policies. Many others assert religious stances but do not specifically mention homosexuality.
Georgia continues to rank near bottom for care for preterm births. Lack of prenatal care numbers triple for decade.
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Map of counties, graphs show how 2020 demographic patterns changed across the last two statewide elections.
The Georgia Board of Natural Resources will acquire 4,420 acres of coastal habitat along the Satilla River. It had been zoned for high-density housing.
Closed LCP Chemical plant site holds deadly toxic waste and is threatened by flood, sea-level rise, catastrophic storm surges.
Georgia Power has paid top dollar for property bordering unlined coal ash ponds across the state.
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Logistics executive says Georgia will need $135 billion to $150 billion during the next 30 years to keep up with demand for freight capacity.
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Marine mammals stranded on beaches in the southeastern United States died with high levels of pollutants stored in their organs and blubber, researchers reported recently in Frontiers in Marine Science.
A new effort addresses nationwide inequities in tree cover by assigning , the group “Tree Equity Scores” to cities and counties across the United States
Businesses take Berlin’s zero-waste goal seriously by adding secondhand goods to department stores, fix-it shops and other ways to keep common goods out of the garbage stream.
Two schools in Georgia made different choices on whether to require masks for all, reflecting a national split over how far governments should go to beat back a pandemic.
Ronnie Rollins used a loophole in the law to get money to expand and renovate his long-term care facilities. Now the federal government wants its millions back.