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Georgia public colleges to expand admissions testing requirements for fall 2026

Georgia colleges are reverting to requiring standardized test scores for all new applicants, signaling a shift from pandemic-era policies. Beginning in fall 2026, institutions including Augusta University, The University of Georgia, and Georgia Tech will mandate SAT or ACT scores, a decision unanimously approved by the Georgia Board of Regents.

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CNN sets first Biden-Trump presidential debate for June 27 in Atlanta

CNN announced today that it will host a debate between President Joe Biden and presumptive Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump at the network’s Atlanta studios on June 27, with no audience present. Both candidates have agreed to participate, marking a pivotal moment in the lead-up to the November election as they engage in direct exchanges over key issues.

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Spoiler alert: Third party candidates aim to give Georgia voters alternatives to Biden and Trump

Jill Stein from the Green Party and Karina Garcia of the Party of Socialism and Liberation, both third-party candidates, participated in a forum in Atlanta, emphasizing their policy agreements on issues like the Israel-Palestine conflict and social funding. While they both announced their respective parties would be on Georgia’s ballot in November, upcoming changes in the state’s election laws could affect their and other third-party candidates’ ability to appear on the ballot.

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Bookman: Eastman’s law license suspension suggests peril for Trump, allies in Georgia RICO case

After a lengthy trial, a California state bar judge found that John Eastman “conspired with President Trump to obstruct a lawful function of the government of the United States” by aiming to disrupt the electoral count on January 6, 2021, leading to Eastman’s law license suspension with a recommendation for permanency. In her ruling, Judge Yvonne Roland highlighted Eastman’s submission of false filings related to the 2020 election in Georgia, undermining the legitimacy of millions of votes and engaging in actions deemed beyond the protection of the First Amendment and professional responsibilities around honesty.

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