Hartsfield Jackson Airport

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The city of Atlanta is looking at a way to pay TSA employees ahead of Super Bowl 53.

Speaking Wednesday on WBUR’s "Here and Now," Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms said the city is working with a credit union and corporate partners to provide loans to TSA agents as many of them are asked to work without pay. 

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  • Savannah Lessens Pot Penalties

  • State Senate Committee Approves Religious Liberty Measure
  • Audit Raises Concerns About Airport Construction Bids
  • Food Delivery Driver In Custody Facing Possible Murder Charge

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  • Home Depot In Acquisition Mode?
  • Man Shot At Hospital

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On this edition of "Political Rewind," the Public Service Commission is about to make a momentous decision that will hit Georgia Power customers in the pocketbook and influence the future of nuclear power across the country. Will the PSC uphold Georgia Power’s plan to continue construction of the troubled Plant Vogtle? Will the commission approve a power company proposal to increase the surcharge customers are already paying for building the nuclear plant? Plus, we’ll look at the fallout from the blackout at Hartsfield-Jackson Airport.