WABE's Week In Review: The impact on abortions and election in Georgia if SCOTUS overturns Roe
NEW: A Supreme Court decision overturning Roe v. Wade could rapidly limit abortion access in Georgia.— Sam Gringlas (@gringsam) May 3, 2022
And some Democrats are already saying Georgia's midterms will be a "referendum" on abortion rights.https://t.co/MtNEgne7mf
Atlanta abortion-rights groups are organizing to get the word out that abortion remains legal and available in Georgia — for now. They say the leaked Supreme Court draft opinion only intensifies what was already a pitched battle this year over access to reproductive care in the state.
The politics surrounding Roe v. Wade are not new. But now the issue may be more galvanizing than in several decades, especially in Georgia. WABE’s Political Breakfast team explores the political side of the issues as Georgia gears up for one of the most anticipated midterm elections in some time.
Rents keep climbing…
Rents have been climbing throughout Metro Atlanta. Zillow now puts its estimate of market rent near $1,900, rising almost 30% since the start of the pandemic.https://t.co/rDfGwAokmt— WABE News (@wabenews) May 6, 2022
A $1.5 billion incentive…
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