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Laughridge, vice president of Terry Reid Kia, is running for the state Senate seat.
Source: Cartersville Daily Tribune News
Consolidation of cyberspace training at Fort Gordon up to Congress
The decision to consolidate all U.S. cyberspace training into a new center of excellence at Fort Gordon rests in the hands of Congress, the Army post’s commanding general said Tuesday at a national technology conference in Augusta.
Source: Augusta Chronicle
Former Pres. Carter backs diplomacy plan to disarm Syria
Former President Jimmy Carter said Tuesday he believes the best path forward in Syria is for the United States to work out a deal with Russia for Syria to give up its chemical weapons.
Source: Athens Banner-Herald
• Carter speaks out against Syria strikes
• State’s lawmakers mostly against military action in Syria
Georgia’s congressional delegation is decidedly unenthusiastic about the U.S. using military force against Syria in response to Syrian President Bashar al-Assad’s alleged use of chemical weapons against his own people.
Source: Atlanta Business Chronicle
Political Insider: Why today could be a watershed moment for Savannah’s port
“The dredging of Savannah’s port has for years been the top priority for Georgia’s political class. And today the $652 million effort to deepen the harbor could take a mighty step forward. House Republican leaders plan to unveil their version of a bill to allow new federal waterways funding, the latest attempt to reach an agreement over sweeping water proposals for the first time in six years.”
Source: Atlanta Journal-Constitution