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Julia Roberts
Born 28th of October, 1967 Smyrna - Georgia Julia Roberts was born on October 28th 1967 in Smyrna (Georgia). From early 90', when she appeared with "raven" hair, she has changed a lot. She is a versatile actress, and she's always in company of...
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‚ÄčGeorgia's "religious liberty law" stirs backlash from business
While Georgia is known for peaches and pecans, some business leaders are warning that the state may become better known for a controversial bill that would allow discrimination against gay people. The bill, which has passed Georgia's House and Senate, ...
Which Georgia grad schools ranked among best in the nation?
Kevin Bogaert (left) and Nicholas Savage were part of a team that designed a better inner spring for Simmons mattresses. Georgia Tech held its annual Capstone Design Expo featuring 900 science, math, engineering, technology students on 200 teams ...
Taking a Digi-Blog stroll through Georgia's spring practice
Georgia football practices are temporarily being held on fields at the Club Sports Complex, adjacent to a solar farm. Either that or the Dogs are intercepting transmissions from Gainesville, Knoxville and Auburn. (Brant Sanderlin / bsanderlin@ajc.
Georgia Campus Carry Bill Violates Republican Party Principles
Georgia's Governor Nathan Deal has to determine whether HB 859, the "Campus Carry" law passed by the Georgia legislature, should be signed. While I'm sure the authors of the bill had good intentions, it violates nearly every Republican principle on the ...
Georgia House votes to halt new narcotic treatment programs
On Monday, the Georgia House of Representatives voted unanimously to pass a bill that would put a one-year stop on new licenses for narcotic treatment programs. State Senator Jeff Mullis of Chickamauga is the sponsor of the bill.

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