On this edition of Political Rewind, Georgia’s new abortion law continues to make waves here and across the country. Four metro-Atlanta district attorneys vow they will not use the law to prosecute women who have an abortion.
New reports show that Georgia film makers are becoming nervous as productions are being pulled from the state in protest.
Gov. Brian Kemp is getting mixed reviews from the education community after declaring he wants to dismantle the common core standards that were once hailed as a crucial measurement of student performance.
Atlanta Mayor Keisha Bottoms tells GPB News why she thinks it is important to reopen the notorious missing and murdered children case. Our panel weighs in on her decision.
Greg Bluestein -- Political Reporter, The Atlanta Journal-Constitution
Ed Lindsey -- Republican Strategist
Michael Thurmond -- CEO, DeKalb County
Lori Geary -- Political Strategist