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Atlanta’s Morning News Sunday Edition

Atlanta’s Morning News Sunday Edition

Breaking down the week’s top stories with in-depth coverage and analysis with Atlanta’s Morning News host Scott Slade and the WSB Radio News Team.

AMN Sunday 8-28-22

What Clark Howard thinks of the student loan forgiveness plan and how to avoid future debt and still get an education; the fierce competition between metro Atlanta communities hiring new first responders; tribute to former Georgia First Lady Sandra Deal and her commitment to educating Georgia children; exit interview with the longtime artistic director of the Alliance Theater, Susan Booth; talking Georgia politics with the AJC's Greg Bluestein: the stark differences between the candidates for governor; the crucial Monday test flight for the rocket that will take Americans back to the moon.

AMN Sunday 8-21-22

One on one with CDC Director Rochelle Walensky on her plans to reorganize the agency in light of lapses in handling the pandemic; how a rising Georgia highway death toll is jackup on car insurance rates for everyone; the way Dekalb County is investing in public safety infrastructure; getting to know the federal and local agents working to stop human and sex trafficking of children in metro Atlanta; the tantalizing Georgia search for a bird thought to be extinct; our Sunday roundtable updates the Fulton DA's effort to get grand jury testimony from the governor and the emerging Georgia campaign them you could call, "Show me the money!"

AMN Sunday 8-14-22

Key money issues in the campaign for Georgia governor. Kaiser Health News Editor Andy Miller breaks down the Medicaid expansion proposal and what has changed in the years since Georgia said "No" to the Obamacare offer; Tour Championship Exec Director Alex Urban on moving the PGA tournament to August at East Lake and and its legacy of community service; the AAA report on what it really costs to own a new vehicle and how going electric can save thousands per year, if you can find one to buy; our Sunday roundtable with Bill Crane and Greg Bluestein breaks down how the economic plans from Brian Kemp and Stacey Abrams differ.

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