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Camp's choice as fire chief ignites controversy in Catoosa County

The Catoosa County commission's decision to override the selection process and county manager's recommendation regarding the search for a new fire chiefhas sparked debate — and a revision of the county code.

What seemed like an innocuous housekeeping matter instead resurrected charges that the county too often operates as a "good ole boys" network.

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Georgia Governor vetoes controversial "religious freedom" bill

ATLANTA, Ga. — Georgia Governor Nathan Deal has announced he plans to veto a controversial HB757, known as the "religious freedom" bill, saying "We do not need to discriminate against anyone in order to protect the faith-based community in Georgia."

The measure passed by the state's Republican-controlled legislature, would give faith-based organizations in Georgia the option to deny services to gay people.

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