First Slice 9-27-17: Arm tights are real

Plus: Weed in Atlanta moves toward decriminalization

It's hard being a woman: Saudi Arabian women have just won the right to drive. Meanwhile, Atlanta-based company Spanx just unveiled Arm Tights, the newest way for women to, as one writer puts it, "feel bad about their bodies."

Green news: Yesterday, the Atlanta City Council's Public Safety Committee approved a bill that would decriminalize marijuana possession. The proposed ordinance, which would make the maximum fine for possession $75 and be enforceable within city limits, goes to the full City Council next.

A Georgia man was supposed to be put to death last night for being convicted of murder, but the U.S. Supreme Court stepped in with a temporary stay of execution over claims that one of the jurors on the man's case may have been racist.

Didn't see that one coming - just kidding: Equifax CEO Richard Smith is "retiring."

Can't remember what version of Trumpcare we're on, but the latest version won't get a vote in the Senate.

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