News of the Morning, 11.5.16

The Georgia Wonk’s Thought of the Morning: 

We’re living in an age
Where limitations are forgotten
The outer edges move and dazzle us
But the core is something rotten
And we’re standing on the precipice
Of prejudice and fear
We trust science just as long
As it tells us what we want to hear

“What It Means,” Drive-By Truckers

EDUCATION Dual-enrollment students no longer required to take End-of-Course exams (Macon Telegraph)

ELECTION ’16 Early voting numbers up in Houston County, Monroe County, and Macon-Bibb County (Macon Telegraph)//What should we do about Amendment 3? (Hint: We don’t love it) (WSB Radio)//BREAKING: Dekalb County hates babies! (Atlanta Journal-Constitution)

COURTS Ralph Lancaster, Jr. re-introduces idea of a “compact” between Georgia and Florida to resolve water dispute. (Atlanta Journal-Constitution)

ELECTED OFFICIALS Fun fact: back in the day, Macon’s mayor C. Jack Ellis got in trouble for using blue lights for non-emergency engagements. Let’s hope Kasim Reed doesn’t continue to follow in His Dishonor’s footsteps. (Atlanta Journal-Constitution)

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