First Slice 2-28-16: Council prez says PAC not related to potential mayoral run

Plus, two college students say they were bounced from Clinton's City Hall rally for 'Black Lives Matter' sign

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Atlanta City Council President Ceasar Mitchell says his AtlantaNext PAC is not related to his potential mayoral run. Under Georgia law, Mitchell doesn't have to say how the committee has spent its funding until expenditures reach $25,000.

Two students say they were removed from Hillary Clinton's City Hall rally after they wrote "Black Lives Matter" on a campaign sign. 

A Cobb County abortion clinic that was met with backlash from area residents is closing today.

Georgia Department of Natural Resources officials are searching for the person who shot and killed a bald eagle found in Polk County. 

Longtime Atlanta journalist (and former CL-er) Doug Monroe was teaching a class when he started to feel woozy. That began his battle against a dangerous bacteria called c. diff.

Sens. Marco Rubio and Ted Cruz stumped in metro Atlanta over the weekend. Ben Carson and Donald Trump are expected to also visit Georgia before the state's March 1 presidential primary. 

Most journalists, when caught committing plagiarism, get sacked. Not Fareed Zakaria.

According to a Deadspin investigation, one SB Nation editor urged the site to reconsider publishing its controversial Daniel Holtzclaw story.

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