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The Ebola Crisis

In 1976, a virus transmitted to people from wild animals and spread in the human population through human to human contact was identified in the rainforest. Originally known as Ebola hemorrhagic fever it later became known as the Ebola virus disease (EVD). Since its’ discovery, outbreaks of Ebola have been mostly limited to, and contained within, several West African countries- until recently. The ...

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Let the Orientation Begin Column

After a Primary, Run Off, General Election and over 19 months of campaigning, I am finally in Washington, DC, for orientation for Representatives-elect of the 114Wednesday, November 12, 2014:  thCongress.I actually came up late in the afternoon yesterday after participating in Savannah’s Veterans Day Parade at the invitation of the Heritage Foundation, a conservative think tank whose mission is to formulate ...

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Questions on the 2014 ballot column

While most voters are aware of the candidates on the general election ballot November 4th, many are unaware of the three questions also on the ballot. Two of the questions are constitutional amendments, meaning that, if approved by the majority of voters voting in this election, our state’s constitution will ...

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To Fee Or Not To Fee

Last week, the Georgia Ports Authority (GPA) approved allocating up to $3 million for maintenance of the shipping channel to the Port of Brunswick marking the second straight year GPA has had to supplement federal funds for this project. While the decision by the GPA board to dedicate funds for maintaining the waterway to the ...

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