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When Gov. Brian Kemp announced the plan on Thursday at his state Capitol office, he was surrounded by fellow high-ranking state Republicans plus leaders of the Georgia chapter of the National Federation of Independent Business.
Monica Simpson executive director of SisterSong, outside the federal courthouse in Atlanta on Friday. Credit: Maggie Lee
Capitol Views by Kelly Jordan
Capitol Views by Kelly Jordan
Gov. Brian Kemp and representatives of South Korean companies in Georgia at the Capitol on June 13. Credit: Maggie Lee
In front of supporters and media, Georgia Gov. Brian Kemp signed a bill he promised to support during his campaign: a near-total ban on abortion after six weeks of pregnancy. Credit: Maggie Lee
Brian Kemp Rotary
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Poll workers and folks waiting to vote at DeKalb's Bessie Branham Recreation Center, Nov. 6, 2018. Credit: Britton Edwards
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Gov. Brian Kemp (l) and Lt. Gov. Geoff Duncan, both newly elected Republicans, discuss SB 106 at the state Capitol on Feb. 14. Credit: Maggie Lee
A ceiling in the state The Georgia state Capitol's Gold Dome, viewed from the inside. Credit: Kelly JordanCapitol in Atlanta. Credit: Kelly Jordan
Brian Kemp did not declare victory in a close gubernatorial contest, but he said the math is on his side. Credit: Maggie Lee