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Thursday May 26th, 2022 8:56PM

Newsroom

UGA Political Scientist on Georgia's map redistricting controversy
Professor Charles Bulloch, a Political Scientist at the University of Georgia, joins the show to discuss the latest updates in the ongoing map redistricting controversy.
6:17PM ( 2 months ago )
UNG Political Science Professor talks Jackson Supreme Court nomination
Nathan Price said new United States Supreme Court nominee Ketanji Brown Jackson is likely to be confirmed by the U.S. Senate.
12:00PM ( 3 months ago )
UNG's Greathouse discusses Russia's invasion of Ukraine
Craig Greathouse, the associate department head in political science and international affairs, believes Putin would like to reconstitute the old Soviet Union.
2:12PM ( 3 months ago )
Gov. Kemp discusses legislative session, re-election bid
Gov. Brian Kemp discusses his agenda in the current General Assembly session, the budget and the state economy and how he feels about having a Republican challenger in the May primary.
8:55AM ( 3 months ago )
Souther discusses his bid for Congress
Republican Ben Southern discusses his campaign to represent Georgia's Ninth District in Congress.
12:23PM ( 3 months ago )
Norton discusses his annual economic forecast
Real estate executive Frank Norton Jr. discusses his annual Norton Native Intelligence report, which forecasts what his agency sees from the region in the coming year.
9:20AM ( 3 months ago )
Price discusses Supreme Court opening
Nathan Price, a political science professor at the University of North Georgia, discusses the retirement of Supreme Court Justice Stephen Breyer and what a confirmation hearing will mean in a midterm election year with a deeply divided Senate.
9:16AM ( 3 months ago )
Christine Osasu gives update on Habitat for Humanity of Hall County
Christine Osasu, director of strategic marketing, communications and grant development at Habitat for Humanity of Hall County, discusses the organization's online orientation for prospective homeowners.
9:01AM ( 4 months ago )
UNG's Carl Cavalli discusses voting rights bill, filibuster
Carl Cavalli, a political science professor at the University of North Georgia, discusses the Senate's debate over two voting rights bill and the future of the filibuster.
2:03PM ( 4 months ago )
UGA expert: Best to keep 41-year-old Coke in the bottle
Carla Schwan, a professor in the University of Georgia College of Family and Consumer Sciences, discusses whether Georgia football fans should open and drink those 1980 national championship Coca-Colas.
9:11AM ( 4 months ago )