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Last updated 6 hours, 35 minutes ago.
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More Liberal Thinking:

that just makes you wonder what they were thinking:"I have to tell you, you know, it's part of reporting this case, this election, the feeling most people get when they hear Barack Obama's speech. My, I felt this thrill going up my leg",from a so-called journalist/"While the rest of the country waves the flag of Americana, we understand we are not part of that. We don't owe America anything - America owes us." that from ...

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Last updated 15 hours, 18 minutes ago.
Posted in Politics.
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Last comment by ginko_biloba 1 hour, 35 minutes ago
Freedom of Information Act. A few Guidelines.

In the Blog below I posted a sample copy of the Official Georgia, "Freedom of Information Act" request form. Herein I will attempt to provide some references, guidelines and an example or two.

First some basic references. They are simple, short, and painless I assure you. For full information on the "Freedom of Information Act" I strongly encourage you to go to the "Georgia First Amendment Foundation" Web Site at Review ...

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Last updated 18 hours, 59 minutes ago.
Posted in General.
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Freedom of Information Act Request Form

In a comment to an earlier BLOG, I indicated I would post a copy of the State of Georgia, Official Form, for requesting information, data, or records from any government agency. Below is the form you can use. Since I am uncertain how long a Blog can be this will be in two parts. This part contains the example of the form below. A brief explanation on how to use it is outlined in the ...

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Last updated 20 hours, 39 minutes ago.
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Student denied diploma because of Graduation test?

ATLANTA (AP) – Georgia Gov. Nathan Deal has signed a bill into law that will give Georgians who were denied their high school diplomas an opportunity to petition for one.

The Atlanta Journal-Constitution reported Monday that the bill Deal signed retroactively eliminates tests that students are no longer required to graduate. The bill includes the Georgia High School Graduation Test, which was implemented in 1994 and was dropped in 2011.

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Last updated 1 day, 7 hours ago.
Posted in Education.
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