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Political Notes: October 2015

A Civil Rights leader passes, the Georgia Chamber opposes the EPA’s Clean Power Plan, and the Georgia Film Academy gets a new executive director.

October 2015

Political Notes: September 2015

Summer elections and runoff winners, John Barrow’s new job and a new president for Georgia Regents University.

September 2015

Political Notes: August 2015

More Legislators of the Year, a new Department of Human Services commissioner and suspended DeKalb CEO Burrell Ellis is convicted.

August 2015

Political Notes: July 2015

Yates is confirmed, the AG’s office takes over consumer protection and Isakson is honored.

July 2015

Political Notes: June 2015

Larry O’Neal takes on a judgeship, Tyrone Brooks resigns before his guilty plea and Michelle Nunn will become the new CEO of CARE.

June 2015

Political Notes: May 2015

The Religious Freedom Restoration Act falls short, Gov. Deal’s Opportunity School Districts move to the ballot and DeKalb County launches an investigation into corruption.

May 2015

Political Notes: April 2015

A new veterans’ bill, green achievements for seven local communities and a Congressional Gold Medal.

April 2015

Political Notes: March 2015

A new GDOT commissioner, life science supporters in the legislature and a new chair and legislative priorities for the Georgia chamber.

March 2015

Political Notes: February 2015

David Perdue heads to D.C., Sally Quillian Yates is nominated for deputy attorney general and more runoffs for Georgia House seats.

February 2015

Political Notes: January 2015

Changes in the state government lineup, Isakson to run for re-election and a new Board of Regents chair.

January 2015
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