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By David A. Clarke Jr.
Blame Washington's intelligence failure, not lack of police
Topic - Peter North
The business of the Georgia House of Representatives came to a halt Friday as several Republicans took the floor to publicly condemn a colleague's bill as a move that would loosen sex offender restrictions in Georgia.
Signs point to an exodus in Vidalia onion country. Illegal immigrants and their families who harvest southeast Georgia's trademarked sweet onions are considering leaving rather than risk deportation in the wake of a law signed by Gov. Nathan Deal targeting illegal workers.
"The citizens of Georgia demanded action," said Republican Rep. Matt Ramsey, the bill's sponsor. "They let their legislators know that this was an issue they wanted to see addressed."