A roundup of editorials from newspapers in Georgia includes kudos on the decision to go ahead with the Vogtle units, a call to help those in Texas and an explanation as to why we can’t stand for a law enforcement officer breaking the law.
From the Augusta Chronicle: The decision to move forward with Vogtle units is good for Georgia and good for the nation.
From the Macon Telegraph: We know what it’s like to be inundated with water. We remember Tropical Storm Alberto and our hearts go out to Texas.
From the Brunswick News: While the Confederacy died a long time ago, civility doesn’t have to follow it to the grave.
From the Columbus Ledger-Enquirer: Law enforcement cannot have a pass when one of their own breaks the law.
From the Savannah Morning News: The New Orleans-based tanker truck company employees who admitted to dumping hazardous waste into the ground of a Savannah neighborhood deserve what they get.
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