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Topic - Vincent Fort
A group of protesters who gathered in Gov. Nathan Deal's office and refused to leave have been arrested.
Georgia Senate Democrats said Thursday that top priorities on their 2014 legislative agenda include addressing the state's income gap and supporting working and middle-class families.
Law enforcement officers guarded newly cleared plazas early Wednesday in Atlanta and Oakland, Calif., after clearing "Occupy Wall Street" protest camps in both cities. Dozens of demonstrators were arrested in swift crack-downs by riot squads after local authorities lost patience with the rallies.
"Medicaid expansion would insure an additional 650,000 Georgians," Sen. Vincent Fort, of Atlanta, said, adding that he considers expansion of the program to be morally and fiscally imperative.