First Slice 3/17/15: Cast a ballot in Atlanta’s $250 million infrastructure bond referendum!

Plus, closing arguments for the APS cheating trial are now underway


Today is the last day you can vote on Atlanta’s $250 million infrastructure bond. Here’s why matter it matters. Here’s what the mayor has to say about the bond package. Go vote!

If the bond package passes, the mayor can thank some of his corporate pals for funding the GOTV effort in a special-called election that’s expected to have low voter turnout.

Closing arguments are underway in the mammoth Atlanta Public Schools cheating trial. Later this afternoon, a memorial for former Superintendent Beverly Hall, the alleged architect of the systemwide scandal, will be held at the Episcopal Cathedral of St. Philip.

SunTrust Park, the home of Cobb County Atlanta Braves, is now brought to you by Comcast.

Can you imagine an Atlanta without public-subsidized stadiums? We can’t. President Barack Obama can! But the president and the mayor don’t agree on everything.

Coca-Cola paid nutrition experts to describe the soft drink as a healthy snack. But don’t worry, the experts say, they would’ve said the same exact thing, cash or no cash.

ICYMI: The fight for Album 88’s future doesn’t appear to be ending anytime soon. Student DJs have filed a Board of Regents appeal over GSU’s role in WRAS deal.

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