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Topic - Sam Moore
A freshman state lawmaker from Cherokee County has apologized for introducing a bill that would have loosened restrictions on sex offender in Georgia.
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.
As part of their "In Performance at the White House" series, the Obamas have invited Justin Timberlake, Al Green, Queen Latifah and many others to perform at the White House next week in a "Memphis Soul" concert, the White House announced today.
Conservative politicians — no less than their liberal counterparts — need campaign music, familiar tunes with lyrics that easily imprint an audience with a desired message. But for every act like Brooks & Dunn, whose "Only in America" has been adopted by candidates of both parties without objection, there are many more eager to bar politicians from using their music — be it for philosophical reasons or to gain cred from liberal fan bases.
There ain't too many of us left.
Nothing like a mega-hit to keep you busy.
Jackson Browne, Alice Cooper, David Crosby and Graham Nash will perform in Tucson, Arizona, to benefit a charitable fund established after the shooting there that killed six people and wounded 13 others.
Jackson Browne, Alice Cooper, David Crosby and Graham Nash will perform in Tucson, Ariz., to benefit a charitable fund established after the shooting there that killed six people and wounded 13 others.
Although Moore took responsibility for the bill, he said fellow lawmakers could have mentored him instead of railing against him.
"It's an election year, and I get it," Moore said. "It didn't surprise me that people would want to distance themselves from it. But the vitriol that came out, this was the worst thing I have seen in my whole life."