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Attorney General of Georgia Chris Carr speaking with Political Rewind on Friday, February 15, 2019.
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On this edition of Political Rewind, Republican Attorney General Chris Carr says it’s time to pay tribute to Martin Luther King, Jr. at Stone Mountain, a state venue long known as a symbol of Confederate pride.

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The press secretary for former Atlanta Mayor Kasim Reed has been issued two criminal citations for violating the state's open records laws.

According to a press release from Attorney General Chris Carr's office, Jenna Garland violated the Georgia Open Records Act twice in 2017 by stymieing requests from WSB-TV looking into the city's Department of Watershed management. 

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On this edition of Political Rewind, during his State of The Union address, President Trump makes a plea for unity but makes it clear he’s not budging on his tough stance on immigration.


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On this edition of Political Rewind, free speech issues.  Students in Georgia and across the country walk out of classes to show support for passage of gun safety laws?  Will they have an impact on the legislature here or in the halls of Congress?  What about students who were denied permission to walk?  Then, Governor Deal reverses a state order denying gun protestors access to a free speech area at the State Capitol.  What led him to overrule the Georgia Building Authority decision?  Plus, Georgia’s Attorney General launches an investigation into an apparent effort by staffers for former

Georgia Attorney General Quits Defense In Server Wiping Case

Nov 2, 2017
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The Georgia attorney general's office will no longer represent the state's top elections official in an elections integrity lawsuit filed three days before a crucial computer server was quietly wiped clean.

The lawsuit aims to force Georgia to retire its antiquated and heavily questioned touchscreen election technology, which does not provide an auditable paper trail.