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Rants & Raves

...women are disgusting with their chests showing. Our first lady dresses beautifully. WHO ARE THE city commissioner and state senator of the Windsor Spring and Plantation Road area? That's why we vote these people in. Contact them. CLIMATE change...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/news/metro/2015-03-04/rants-raves
Charter a better course

...support is paramount.We would not have expected such haste and political tone-deafness from a minister and former state senator.We believe Davis' heart is in the right place, and that he wants what's best for the city. But the abruptness...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/opinion/editorials/2015-03-03/charter-better-course
State legislators won't push bill giving mayor more power this session

...from Davis on the issue if it stands a chance in the General Assembly ? next year or later."When (Davis) was a state senator, he didn't make any efforts to do anything," Barbee said. "Now it's paramount, as far as he's concerned...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/news/government/2015-02-28/state-legislators-wont-p
Mayor's power play unites commission against him

...kind of humorous," but he'd like to know why Davis didn't act on any of the proposed changes when he was a state senator."The only thing he did was try to get the mayor's salary increased," Bowles said. "I was quoted then as saying...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/news/government/city-ink/2015-02-21/mayors-power-pl
Proposal would boost hourly wages in South Carolina

...centers in rural Jasper County.Not everyone has a college degree and a white-collar desk job, said Pinckney, a state senator from Jasper, but they still need to save for the future, feel secure, and send children to school.That's one...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/news/business/2014-12-12/proposal-would-boost-hourl
Minnesota hunter's request draws notice in state legislature

...the deer population. After asking "the head honchos" in Two Harbors if they could help, he wrote a letter to his state senator: Bakk, a Cook Democrat.Bakk and Dill are committed to giving Krog (and the 2,200-some registered hunters 84...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/sports/outdoors/2015-02-07/minnesota-hunters-reques
State Rep. JOEY BRUSH, R-Appling, is campaigning for the District 24 Senate seat which comprises 10 counties, including his native Columbia County. Based on a successful House term, this family man and businessman should make a fine state senator. Brush e

...his native Columbia County. Based on a successful House term, this family man and businessman should make a fine state senator. Brush espouses values and policies dear to the hearts of conservatives - property tax relief, welfare reform, smaller...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/1996/11/05/edi_200366.shtml
Editorials
State Rep. JOEY BRUSH, R-Appling, is campaigning for the District 24 Senate seat which comprises 10 counties, including his native Columbia County. Based on a successful House term, this family man and businessman should make a fine state senator. Brush e

...his native Columbia County. Based on a successful House term, this family man and businessman should make a fine state senator. Brush espouses values and policies dear to the hearts of conservatives - property tax relief, welfare reform, smaller...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/1996/11/03/edi_200324.shtml
Editorials
Commission seeks delegation help in Atlanta

...of four discussed Thursday at a meeting of Augusta legislators, commissioners and new Mayor Hardie Davis, a former state senator."Our state folks are our partners, where government is concerned," said Davis, who made restoring relations...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/news/government/2015-01-08/commission-seeks-delegat
Georgia's new faces in Congress should brace for many challenges

...owner of a pharmacy, is the only one who has elected political experience, serving in the part-time position of state senator. Rick Allen owns his own construction firm; Jody Hice is a pastor and talk-radio host; and David Perdue is a former...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/opinion/opinion-columns/2015-01-03/georgias-new-fac