Georgia, GA, May 2- Average retail gasoline prices in Georgia have risen 7.8 cents per gallon in the past week, averaging $2.16/g yesterday, according to GasBuddy's daily survey of 5,883 gas outlets in Georgia. This compares with the national average that has increased 8.1 cents per gallon in the last week to $2.22/g, according to gasoline price website GasBuddy.com.
Washington, D.C. – Rep. Tom Graves (R-GA-14) today voted for and the House passed the Email Privacy Act (H.R. 699), bipartisan legislation that updates privacy protections for emails maintained by third-party service providers, such as Google and Yahoo. Email privacy laws were last updated in 1986.
“The last time Congress updated email privacy laws, I was a junior in high school, had a CB radio in my truck, listened to music from a cassette tape and longed for parachute pants,” said Rep. Graves. “The vast changes in how Americans use technology since 1986 require updates to federal privacy laws. This legislation ensures Fourth Amendment privacy protections are the same for email and other digital content as they are for traditional mail and physical documents. In other words, this legislation puts a stop to government creepers. No more reading your emails without a warrant.”
Rep. Graves is a cosponsor of H.R. 699. Additionally, during the 113th Congress, Rep. Graves developed and introduced the Email Privacy Act with Rep. Kevin Yoder (R-KS-03).
ATLANTA- The lawfully ordered execution of Daniel Anthony Lucas for the 1998 murder of eleven-year-old Bryan Moss, fifteen-year-old Kristin Moss, and their father Steven Moss, was carried out Wednesday evening at 9:54 pm at the Georgia Diagnostic and Classification Center in Jackson, Georgia. The sentence was carried out after the United States Supreme Court denied Lucas’ request for a stay of execution.
Information on Lucas’ crimes and case history can be found at http://law.ga.gov/press-releases/2016-04-07/execution-date-set-daniel-anthony-lucas-convicted-murder
Bent Tree Saddle Club makes donation to get service off the ground
Cherokee County emergency responders trained in large animal rescue help a horse named Chelsea who is unable to stand up on her own. After training this summer, Pickens emergency crews will offer large animal rescue services like the one pictured above.
What if you owned a horse like Chelsea, who has severe arthritis in one of her knees? The arthritis is so bad Chelsea can’t bend her left leg, which means if she falls down it’s nearly impossible for her to get back up.
This scenario is one of many that could mean a bad day for people who have large animals like cows or horses. But later this summer, Pickens residents will be able to call 911 and have local emergency workers help them get big animals back on their feet. Thanks to donations from the Bent Tree Saddle Club and the Cherokee County