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Mya Cullins stands in front of a mural of her 22-year-old son Nygil Cullins, who was shot and killed by Atlanta police in 2022. The mural is at the Nygil M. Cullins Recovery Housing and Community Center in Macon, Georgia. (Matthew Pearson/WABE)

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Also in this episode…

–Marlon Hyde reports on Georgia union leaders demonstrating against a bill backed by Governor Brian Kemp that could potentially dilute their organizing power.

–Rahul Bali reports on lawmakers pushing forward a plan that would change how police perform traffic stops.

–Emily Wu Pearson has more on immigrants bonding out of detention centers in Georgia, paying some of the highest fees compared to the rest of the country.

–DorMiya Vance tells us more about Atlanta City Council adopting an ordinance restricting access to Hartsfield-Jackson airport, impacting the homeless population that seeks shelter there.

–Julien Virgin previews NASCAR back at the Atlanta Motor Speedway this weekend for the second race of the 2024 season.