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Today I'm a Veterinarian

Today I'm a Veterinarian is one of a series of books that details interesting careers. Young readers can learn about different occupations as they are entertained and entranced by the colorful illustrations and bright, cheerful pictures. In this particular book, Dr. Emma is a veterinarian who is sharing a little bit about what she does at work every day. One unique thing about...

Toussaint v. Merck & Co.: Opening the Door to Thimerosal Vaccine Litigation in Civil Court?

Reading Room. It has been accepted for inclusion in Georgia State University Law Review by an authorized editor of Reading Room. For more information , please contact , USA 1 Sill, Beverly Jones (2005

Personal Stories

Tennessee Journal of Law and Policy Beverly Jones GeorgeLane' I. Ms. Beverly Jones: Good afternoon. George has informed me that I am to go first this afternoon, so I will take advantage of that. My ... name is Beverly Jones, and let me first of all thank you for allowing George and me to be a part of this symposium. It is my first appearance since March 17, 2005 after the case officially ended. My

Toussaint v. Merck & Co.: Opening the Door to Thimerosal Vaccine Litigation in Civil Court?

Reading Room. It has been accepted for inclusion in Georgia State University Law Review by an authorized editor of Reading Room. For more information , please contact , USA 1 Sill, Beverly Jones (2005

ELECTIONS Elections and Primaries Generally: Require Permanent Paper Record of Votes Cast on Electronic Recording Voting Systems Recount and Audit Purposes; Require All Electronic Voting Systems to Produce a Permanent Paper Record of the Votes Recorded on These Systems for Each Voter; Provide that Voters Have an Opportunity to Verify this Record After Voting; Provide that These Paper Records Shall be Retained for Use in Recounts and Election Challenge Proceedings

In 2004, the Georgia General Assembly failed to enact SB 500. This bill would have amended the Georgia Election Code by requiring that electronic voting machines create permanent paper records of ballots cast. Additionally, SB 500 would have allowed voters to verify these paper records after voting and retain the records for possible recounts. Although an emended version of the...

ELECTIONS Elections and Primaries Generally: Require Permanent Paper Record of Votes Cast on Electronic Recording Voting Systems Recount and Audit Purposes; Require All Electronic Voting Systems to Produce a Permanent Paper Record of the Votes Recorded on These Systems for Each Voter; Provide that Voters Have an Opportunity to Verify this Record After Voting; Provide that These Paper Records Shall be Retained for Use in Recounts and Election Challenge Proceedings

In 2004, the Georgia General Assembly failed to enact SB 500. This bill would have amended the Georgia Election Code by requiring that electronic voting machines create permanent paper records of ballots cast. Additionally, SB 500 would have allowed voters to verify these paper records after voting and retain the records for possible recounts. Although an emended version of the...