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Jeremy Redmon

Reporter for Enterprise

Jeremy Redmon is an award-winning journalist with more than two decades of experience reporting for newspapers. He now covers a variety of topics for The Atlanta Journal-Constitution, including immigration, politics and military affairs. Redmon embedded with U.S. soldiers and Marines during three trips to Iraq between 2004 and 2006 and has covered state legislatures and gubernatorial elections in Virginia, Maryland and Georgia. He also reported on the 2012 presidential race across five states. Redmon graduated from George Mason University in 1994 and 1997 with undergraduate and graduate degrees in English. In 2013, he completed a fellowship with The New York Times Institute on Immigration Reporting at the University of California Berkeley’s Graduate School of Journalism. And in 2012, he completed fellowships at the Institute for Justice and Journalism on Immigration Reporting at the University of Oklahoma’s Gaylord College of Journalism and Mass Communication and at the Journalist Law School at Loyola Law School in Los Angeles.

Latest from Jeremy Redmon

Trump administration could begin enforcing travel ban Thursday
 The Trump administration could begin enforcing elements of its travel ban in Georgia and across the nation as early as Thursday, but many questions remain unanswered about how it will be done. That murkiness is alarming refugee and immigrant rights advocates, who are calling on the government to clarify how it will implement the directive...

Posted: 42 minutes ago

The Trump administration could begin enforcing elements of its travel ban in Georgia and across the nation as early as Thursday, but many questions remain unanswered about how it will be done. That murkiness is alarming refugee and immigrant rights advocates, who are calling on the government to clarify how it will implement the directive...
More data seized from NSA leak suspect in Georgia
 Authorities have gathered additional classified information in the National Security Agency leak investigation here beyond what the suspect is accused of revealing to the news media about Russia’s meddling in the U.S. election system, according to federal prosecutors. Without identifying the information or saying where they got it,...

Posted: 16 hours ago

Authorities have gathered additional classified information in the National Security Agency leak investigation here beyond what the suspect is accused of revealing to the news media about Russia’s meddling in the U.S. election system, according to federal prosecutors. Without identifying the information or saying where they got it,...
Feds examining additional evidence in NSA leak probe
 Authorities are analyzing an extensive amount of evidence gathered from the suspect in the National Security Agency leak investigation here, including a notebook from her workspace that contains handwriting in Farsi, federal prosecutors disclosed Tuesday.  In addition to translating those notes, they are examining two computers, a tablet...

Posted: 22 hours ago

Authorities are analyzing an extensive amount of evidence gathered from the suspect in the National Security Agency leak investigation here, including a notebook from her workspace that contains handwriting in Farsi, federal prosecutors disclosed Tuesday.  In addition to translating those notes, they are examining two computers, a tablet...
Judge stays deportation of Iraqis in Georgia, nationwide
 A federal judge in Detroit has issued an order temporarily blocking the deportation of more than 1,400 Iraqi nationals in Georgia and across the nation amid the Trump administration’s latest attempt to crack down on illegal immigration. In his seven-page order issued Monday, U.S. District Court Judge Mark Goldsmith said his 14-day stay...

Posted: a day ago

A federal judge in Detroit has issued an order temporarily blocking the deportation of more than 1,400 Iraqi nationals in Georgia and across the nation amid the Trump administration’s latest attempt to crack down on illegal immigration. In his seven-page order issued Monday, U.S. District Court Judge Mark Goldsmith said his 14-day stay...
U.S. Supreme Court reinstates key parts of Trump’s travel ban
 The U.S. Supreme Court on Monday reinstated key parts of President Donald Trump’s revised travel ban — with some important exceptions — while agreeing to hear constitutional challenges to his executive order. In its 13-page ruling, the court partially granted the Trump administration’s request to lift preliminary...

Posted: a day ago

The U.S. Supreme Court on Monday reinstated key parts of President Donald Trump’s revised travel ban — with some important exceptions — while agreeing to hear constitutional challenges to his executive order. In its 13-page ruling, the court partially granted the Trump administration’s request to lift preliminary...
Supreme Court reinstates key parts of Trump’s travel ban
 The U.S. Supreme Court on Monday reinstated key parts of President Donald Trump’s revised travel ban — with some exceptions — while agreeing to hear constitutional arguments over the directive. The case comes with significant implications for Georgia,  a popular destination for immigrants, refugees and tourists...

Posted: 2 days ago

The U.S. Supreme Court on Monday reinstated key parts of President Donald Trump’s revised travel ban — with some exceptions — while agreeing to hear constitutional arguments over the directive. The case comes with significant implications for Georgia, a popular destination for immigrants, refugees and tourists...
Georgia AG joins nationwide probe of opioid marketing
 Georgia Attorney General Chris Carr’s office has joined a nationwide coalition of attorneys general investigating whether drug manufacturers have illegally marketed the sale of prescription painkillers. Carr said his office’s Consumer Protection Unit is participating in the probe. Opioids were involved in the deaths of 33,091...

Posted: 8 days ago

Georgia Attorney General Chris Carr’s office has joined a nationwide coalition of attorneys general investigating whether drug manufacturers have illegally marketed the sale of prescription painkillers. Carr said his office’s Consumer Protection Unit is participating in the probe. Opioids were involved in the deaths of 33,091...
Senators seek answers about accused NSA leaker’s security clearance 
 A pair of senior U.S. senators is pressing the Trump administration for information about how the Augusta woman at the center of the National Security Agency leak investigation was screened for her security clearance. Senate Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs Committee Chairman Ron Johnson, R-Wisconsin, and Ranking Member Clair McCaskill...

Posted: 11 days ago

A pair of senior U.S. senators is pressing the Trump administration for information about how the Augusta woman at the center of the National Security Agency leak investigation was screened for her security clearance. Senate Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs Committee Chairman Ron Johnson, R-Wisconsin, and Ranking Member Clair McCaskill...
Ga. Appeals Court hears immigrant in-state tuition case
 The state Court of Appeals on Thursday heard arguments over whether young immigrants who have received a special reprieve from deportation through an Obama administration program should be allowed to pay in-state tuition in Georgia. At times highly technical and impassioned, the arguments centered on whether the Board of Regents members are...

Posted: 12 days ago

The state Court of Appeals on Thursday heard arguments over whether young immigrants who have received a special reprieve from deportation through an Obama administration program should be allowed to pay in-state tuition in Georgia. At times highly technical and impassioned, the arguments centered on whether the Board of Regents members are...
ICE arresting Iraqi nationals in Atlanta, Detroit, Nashville
 Federal immigration authorities have rounded up 199 Iraqi nationals across the country — including in Atlanta, Detroit and Nashville — in recent weeks, prompting fears they will be deported to their Middle Eastern homeland amid deadly sectarian violence and fierce fighting to dislodge the Islamic State.    Three Kurdish...

Posted: 13 days ago

Federal immigration authorities have rounded up 199 Iraqi nationals across the country — including in Atlanta, Detroit and Nashville — in recent weeks, prompting fears they will be deported to their Middle Eastern homeland amid deadly sectarian violence and fierce fighting to dislodge the Islamic State.    Three Kurdish...
ICE rounding up Iraqi nationals in Atlanta, Detroit, Nashville
 Federal immigration authorities have rounded up 199 Iraqi nationals across the country — including in Atlanta, Detroit and Nashville — in recent weeks, prompting fears they will be deported to their Middle Eastern homeland amid deadly sectarian violence and fierce fighting to dislodge the Islamic State. Three Kurdish men who came...

Posted: 13 days ago

Federal immigration authorities have rounded up 199 Iraqi nationals across the country — including in Atlanta, Detroit and Nashville — in recent weeks, prompting fears they will be deported to their Middle Eastern homeland amid deadly sectarian violence and fierce fighting to dislodge the Islamic State. Three Kurdish men who came...