First Slice 12-4-13: Metro Atlanta congressman takes part in Obama impeachment hearing
Plus, Blank still in talks to bring a soccer team to Atlanta
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- "You got to go up there, and you just impeach him"
Four new Atlanta Public Schools board members were elected in yesterday's runoff races: Steven Lee, Eshé Collins, Cynthia Briscoe Brown, and Jason Esteves. Expect big changes including a new superintendent and board chair in the coming months.
Arthur Blank and Major League Soccer are still in talks about an Atlanta soccer franchise. "I am encouraged by the discussions," MLS commissioner Don Garbe told the AJC.
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Is Democratic U.S. Senate Candidate Michelle Nunn a Democrat, Republican, or Pragmatist? She says she's a problem solver.
U.S. Rep. Doug Collins, R-Gainesville, yesterday took part in an hearing held by the U.S. House of Representatives Committee on the Judiciary to discuss impeachment of President Barack Obama. "I'm often asked this," he said. "You got to go up there, and you just impeach him."
Bulloch County school officials say they didn't remove Christmas cards from an elementary school on religious grounds, despite reported claims. "They took down the cards so the kids can't see them," one parent told FOX News. "Some of the cards had the word 'Christmas' and some had Nativity scenes."