Charter school debate goes to court

Amendment supporters sue Fulton and Gwinnett to stop administrators from speaking out, but does it violate their rights?

, The Associated Press


When Zell Miller wanted a lottery in 1992, the then-Democratic governor traveled across Georgia to rally voter support.

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