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Atlanta, GA –
The chair of the Atlanta Board of Education says she was not aware that a policy change (introduced during the week of July 12th) regarding the vote structure to remove an officer.
WABE's Rose Scott has more:

Atlanta, GA – This Crossover day, a controversial bill has passed the Senate.
The bill banning abortions based on race of the mother or baby is headed for another showdown among supporters and opponents.
WABE's Rose Scott reports:

Atlanta, GA – Supporters of another proposed abortion bill this time in the Senate are hoping it will gain some momentum.
But as WABE's Rose Scott reports, the bill also impacts abortion providers in the state:

Atlanta, GA – It's clearer now...why a controversial abortion bill was sent back to the judiciary committee last week. Usually that means a bill is finished.
However sponsors say, the bill will come back after specific changes are made.
WABE's Rose Scott has more:

Atlanta, GA – Presidents of eight Historically Black Colleges and universities are gathering in Atlanta for a two day forum on advancing education for African American students.
WABE's Rose Scott reports, the group called the Interlink Alliance will focus on sharing strategies in teaching.