News Roundup Nov. 2, 2022
Migos' singer Takeoff killed...all eyes on GA politics and turnout...your vote for the climate.
It was learned yesterday that Atlanta’s music community lost a true original when news started to filter out that Migos rapper Takeoff was dead. Takeoff was killed outside a Houston, Texas, bowling alley. The group Migos is from Lawrenceville, GA … The political world is hyper-focused on Georgia’s upcoming election as control of the US Senate may come down to the Warnock-Walker race. While polls show a dead heat with the Senate race — and a lead for Brian Kemp over Stacey Abrams for governor — early voter turnout is hitting record highs … The film tax credit gets mixed reviews from the State Auditor … Climate issues are headed to Georgia and Attorney General Carr gets a win over human traffickers.
- Takeoff, of Atlanta Rap Trio Migos, Said to Be Shot Dead at 28– New York Times
- Black church tradition survives Georgia’s voting changes– Religious News Service
- Climate change is on the ballot this November—and every elected official in Georgia has a role to play in fighting it– Atlanta Magazine
- State auditors give Georgia’s movie tax credit mixed reviews– The Current
- Carr: Gwinnett County Man Convicted of Human Trafficking in Unit’s First Undercover Chat Case– Office of the Attorney General (GA)
- Makeover planned for vacant Buckhead retail, restaurant buildings– Urbanize
- What goes bump in Atlanta? Exploring the city’s creepiest haunts with local paranormal podcasters– Sapporta Report
- Worsening Drought in Deep South Seen as Spurring Legal Friction– Bloomberg Law
- Georgia man sues over false ballot fraud claim in '2000 Mules'– 11 Alive
- How Georgia, once a Republican stronghold, came to swing– The Economist
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