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Tuesday on "City Lights with Lois Reitzes":

John Amis, File / Associated Press

Federal authorities have revoked the protection from deportation granted to a Mexican woman who became a cause celebre in the debate over illegal immigration when she was a Kennesaw State University student seven years ago.

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Immigration authorities last week terminated 29-year-old Jessica Colotl's protection under the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program. The next day, a government lawyer asked an immigration judge to issue a deportation order.

Tech Experts Call For Georgia To Use Paper Ballots

Mar 15, 2017
Chris Ferguson / WABE

Paper ballots are needed to improve voter confidence in Georgia. That's the main message 20 professors with the national Verfied Voting organization had for Secretary of State Brian Kemp.

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In a letter sent to Kemp's office yesterday, the tech experts recommended voting the old-fashioned way for the upcoming special election for Georgia's 6th District congressional seat.

Ga. Congressional Candidate Inquires About Elections Probe

Mar 7, 2017
Andrew Harnik / Associated Press

Early voting in the 6th District Congressional race starts in less than three weeks, on March 27. A federal investigation continues into a possible data breach at the facility that manages Georgia’s voting system, and one of the candidates in that race is seeking information about the probe. 

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David Goldman / Associated Press File

A criminal investigation is underway to a possible data breach at Georgia's Center for Election Systems.

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That is the office at Kennesaw State University that manages the state's voting system.

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