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  • Election Redo Ordered For State House District 28
  • Carter Supports Abrams Rural Healthcare Vision
  • Blasts Among The Bird Calls In Okefenokee Wildlife Refuge

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  • Augusta Enacts Smoking Ban
  • Organization Calls For Transparency In Ambulance Provider Selection Process
  • Christian University In GA. Cuts Ties With Nike

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  • Mayor Bottoms Cancels Agreement To House ICE Detainees At City Jail
  • Augusta Boarding House For Homeless And Indigent Ordered Closed
  • Former Atlanta Police Officer Re-Indicted On Felony Murder Charge

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  • New Atlanta Web Portal To Show Government Spending
  • Contentious Debate For Rights To Provide Augusta Ambulance Service
  • Braves Try Again Against Red Sox Tonight At SunTrust Park

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  • New Name For Newly Renovated Philips Arena
  • Relocating Homeless People Who Sleep At Hartsfield Jackson Airport
  • More Toll Lanes For Cobb County

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  • Dragon Con Upgrades Security Plan
  • Voting Machine Vendors Pitch State Election Officials
  • Atlanta Dream Continues WNBA Playoff Run Tonight

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  • Judge Sentences NSA Leaker To 63 Months
  • Atlanta's Oglethorpe University Launches Innovative Tuition Plan
  • Renovations At Augusta National Golf Course Announced

(AP PHOTOS/JOHN BAZEMORE, TODD KIRKLAND, JOHN AMIS)

The race to succeed Georgia Gov. Nathan Deal has become costly. New financial reports show governor candidate spending is at $33 million and it’s expected to increase. Lt. Gov. Casey Cagle is up against Secretary of State Brian Kemp in the July 24 GOP runoff.