Opinion

Hate-crimes law welcome here

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Georgians can be glad that a hate-crimes bill cleared the General Assembly last week and was signed into law by Gov. Brian Kemp Friday.

Remember to cast your vote

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With coronavirus restrictions and precautions, 2020 is a strange time to be voting—but voting is still important. In some ways, it may be even more important.

Congratulations, WCHS seniors

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It’s hard to highlight one group that’s been hit the hardest through all of the turmoil caused by the COVID-19 pandemic.

All of us have had our own, individual burdens to bear.

Georgia needs hate crimes law

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The fatal shooting of Ahmaud Arbery in neighboring Glynn County has brought renewed attention to Georgia’s lack of a hate crimes law.

Why did Auschwitz happen?

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The terror at Auschwitz was both systematic and indiscriminate. The Germans murdered 1.1 million people at the extermination camp in Nazi-occupied Poland. Most of the victims were Jewish.