King, Sylvia, and Aja are back this week to discuss what’s happening in Atlanta politics. On the docket this week are the recent Georgia Board of Education resolution & the Heritage Foundation, Sylvia’s report on District 4 campaign finances, concerns of Atlanta Police Foundation and media-related donors in candidate Jason Dozier’s finance report, Joe “Ain’t Cuttin Checks to the Right People” Biden, the debt collective, a rundown on new candidates, and more.
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