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Here's a look at the Smyrna City Council agenda for Monday, July 2.
The Supreme Court ruled Thursday that the requirement that most Americans buy health insurance or pay a fine is constitutional as a tax.
Mitchell Gross pleaded guilty in February to pilfering nearly $6 million through various scams.
We're seeking dyed-in-the-wool GOP diehards to participate in "Red Georgia," a political survey Patch is conducting during this election year.
In this letter to the editor, President and CEO of Vinings-based Digital Insurance Adam Bruckman said the Supreme Court's decision does not address the rising cost of health care.
Government, Local Connections
A majority of U.S. Supreme Court Justices voted to uphold the Affordable Care Act.
However, the Court ruled that Congress cannot withhold Medicaid funding to states who chose not to participate.
Residents are finding diverse way to show their opposition to the planned addition to Oxford Academy.
Review a live chat with experts from the Georgia Department of Labor.
The president will spend the afternoon in Atlanta. What would you say to the president if he visited Smyrna-Vinings?
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