One would think that if an elected official, like Jesse Stone of Senate District 23, had an opportunity to introduce legislation that would create stronger safeguards for the already polluted rivers in his district, he would. But in fact, as a co-sponsor of SB 269, he hasn’t. The Ogeechee River, which experienced the largest fish … Continue reading "Senate Bill 269: Georgia’s rivers and streams for sale to lowest bidder"
Last year in January while I was recovering from a lumpectomy and waiting to start radiation (because early detection saves lives and contributes to better outcomes), a group of friends wanted to make a donation in honor of a young friend (32 at the time) who had just lost both breasts to cancer (she has … Continue reading "Breast cancer survivors for Planned Parenthood"
Rural and Progressive is in the process of moving from blogpsot to ruralandprogressive.org. Please bear with me while I get everything in place. I hope you will comment and be engaged in addition to sharing the posts. Got ideas on how this can be a really great site? Let me know. Katherine