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Rep. Austin Scott outlines upcoming legislative session at Valdosta event



Speaking at a Rotary Club luncheon Wednesday, Congressional Representative Austin Scott outlined his priorities for Congress’ upcoming session, starting with the corporate tax rate, which Scott argues should be abolished.
Source: Valdosta Daily Times

• Rep. Scott faces questions at town hall meeting in Thomasville
Source: Thomasville Times-Enterprise

 Temporary Ga. Supreme Court Judge named
Coweta County Superior Court Judge Emory Palmer will serve as temporary judge on the state Supreme Court.
Source: Newnan Times-Herald

Savannah history professor offers warning about dangers of entering into conflict with Syria
Mohamad Mukhtar of Savannah State University cautions about following the same drumbeat that led the U.S. into protracted wars in Iraq and Afghanistan.
Source: Savannah Morning News


Sen. Isakson thinking twice about Syria
Citing a federal defense budget already stretched thin by sequestration, U.S. Sen. Johnny Isakson said Thursday in a tour of Fort Gordon that he has reservations about giving President Obama the authority to use U.S. military force in Syria.
Source: Augusta Chronicle


Sen. Chambliss makes case for Syria involvement
Chambliss is the Senate Intelligence Committee Vice Chairman.
Source: Atlanta Journal-Constitution (subscription)


Political Insider: Karen Handel launches first paid ad of Senate campaign
“Eight-and-a-half months from primary day, Georgia’s U.S. Senate race is hitting the airwaves.”
Source: Atlanta Journal-Constitution


Kyle Wingfield: The Syrians our intervention would empower, like it or not
“These are the people we would empower by intervening in Syria.”
Source: Atlanta Journal-Constitution


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