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    Introduction Georgia is a beautiful country located in Asia; Georgia is considered a southern Caucasian country. Georgia is bordered by Russia to the North, Turkey to the south, The Black Sea to the West, and Armenia and Azerbaijan to the Southeast. Georgia is known for its diverse landscape and many appealing tourist attractions such as hiking (Mount Kazbek), sightseeing (Lake Rica) , wineries, and other attractions. Georgians consider themselves to be located in Europe since the Caucasus Mountains

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    Georgia, Florida, & Alabama have been battling for decades over the future distribution of the water from the Alabama-Coosa-Tallapoosa & Apalachicola-Chattahoochee-Flint river basins, all of which cross the states' borders. The argument has thus far involved many local, state, & federal agencies, plus numerous courts & mediators. The outcome of this dispute is one of the region's most important environmental issues today. Georgia wants to be assured enough water to grow, especially in Atlanta, as

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    Wrong With Georgia

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    has been beneficial to the state. On the one hand, Mark Arend’s “Georgia Holds on to First Place,” argues Georgia is great for business, with Georgia being ranked #1 by Site Selection magazine for best state for business, because of its workforce training program (Quick Start), logistics infrastructure, and the governor’s High Demand Career Initiative. On the other hand, Elena Semuels’ “What’s Wrong With Georgia” contends while Georgia is great for cooperate businesses it leads the nation in unemployment

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    Marijuana In Georgia

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    aspects behind it. Georgia is a state that is full of potential and possibilities, and by legalizing the drug marijuana can make it one of the prominent states of the country. Citizens should vote to legalize marijuana in the state because it will reduce the unemployment rate, boost the economy, and generate more revenue for the state. By making it legal in the state, will be very advantageous and promising to the citizens as it can also be compared to the citizens of Colorado. Georgia is a hard-hitting

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    Georgia Certificate of Need According to Official Code of Georgia Health Planning Statue Title 31, Chapter 6 established by the General Assembly in 1979, The Georgia Department of Community Health, Office of Health Planning is responsible for administering the Certificate of Need Program (CON), which evaluates the proposals for new or expanded health care services or facilities. Certificate of Need was implemented to determine the need for a new or expanded health care services or facility to ensure

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    Backcountry In Georgia

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    affected Georgia’s society in their own unique ways. The Trustees impacted the Georgian society when they imposed their strict laws. They had imposed these laws as a way to repair the issues that they saw in England, and their objective was to make Georgia a “worker’s paradise” and model colony. By outlawing rum, slaves, land ownership, and lawyers, the Trustees had created temporary peace. However, people in the colony, referred to as malcontents, became unhappy with these regulations, specifically

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    About Georgia Essay

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    Georgia was admitted as a state in 1788 and was one of the Confederate States of America. It was once primarily a farm state, producing large amounts of cotton, but has since become a major manufacturing and service industry state. Georgia is named for George II of England. It is bordered by Tennessee, South Carolina, Alabama, North Carolina, and Florida. The population of the state is estimated at about 8,186,453. Caucasian people make up about 71% of Georgia's population, while African-Americans

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    letters and numbers, the participants are concentrating heavily over their many cards making sure not to miss the chance for a win. Then you hear “BINGO!” Bingo is only one of three legal forms of gambling allowed in the state of Georgia. The other two are, the Georgia state lottery and raffles, which are all state controlled. Out of the three, the lottery has been the most beneficial to the state. A portion of earnings from the state-run lottery go towards the HOPE scholarship to insure low-income

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    Georgia Brief History

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    The state of Georgia has a long and rich history as one of the original thirteen colonies that made up the colonial United States. In 1733 James Oglethorpe founded the colony of Georgia. Oglethorpe envisioned Georgia as a refuge for people who were in debt and the poor. In 1732, King George II approved the colony’s charter, hence the name “Georgia” named in honor of the King. On February 12, 1733 Oglethorpe and over 100 other colonists settled in present day Savannah. The purpose of this colony was

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    letters and numbers, the participants are concentrating heavily over their many cards making sure not to miss the chance for a win. Then someone yells, “BINGO!” Bingo is only one of three legal forms of gambling allowed in the state of Georgia. The other two are, the Georgia state lottery and raffles, which are all state controlled. Out of the three, the lottery has been the most beneficial to the state. A portion of earnings from the state-run lottery goes towards the HOPE scholarship to ensure low-income

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