Several members of Gwinnett County's Senate delegation have been chosen by Lt. Gov. Geoff Duncan to serve on study committees that will look into issues such as violence against health care workers, sickle cell anemia and outdoor learning.
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Local elected leaders had a simple request Friday night: include discussions on the contributions of Asian-Americans in U.S. history courses in Georgia schools.
In one of her first major actions since joining Congress last week, U.S. Rep. Carolyn Bourdeaux is marshaling health, government, education, housing and business leaders in Gwinnett and Forsyth counties to advise her on COVID-19-related needs and issues.
The candidates for the open state Senate District 48 seat are a little used to answering questions at debates having done it a couple of times this fall, but they had to face queries from a younger panel of questioners on Thursday night: Johns Creek's teenagers.
With absentee by mail ballots still being counted on Thursday, Dr. Michelle Au appeared poised to face attorney Matt Reeves in November for the open state Senate District 48 seat.