First Slice 3/14: Interested in who killed the so-called 'brunch bill?' Look no further

Plus, where is Richard Simmons? Serious question.

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Wondering who to blame for the death of a piece of state legislation that would have allowed restaurants to pour earlier than 12:30 p.m. on Sundays? Meet state Sen. Bill Cowsert, R-Athens.

Some teaching advocates are concerned about proposed changes to remove mentions of the Holocaust and slavery's impact on North America from Georgia's social studies curriculum.

Thomas DiMassimo, the 22-year-old man who was arrested during a Donald Trump in Ohio, is a Pebblebrook High Schol graduate and the son of Atlanta's infrastructure bond program director. He says he had no intention of hurting the GOP candidate when he tried to rush the stage. 

It's not uncommon for Georgia lawmakers to make decisions under the Gold Dome that affect their professional lives. http://www.myajc.com/news/news/state-regional-govt-politics/georgia-legislators-business-interests-duties-ofte/nqhpb/" rel="external">But is it a conflict of interest?  

ISIS has made women the group has captured and forced into sex slavery take birth control.

Why have none of Richard Simmons' friends heard from the fitness guru for two years?

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