Saurabh Datar

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Where homes are at the most risk of flooding in Georgia
 Even as Hurricane Irma moves through Georgia and shifts further west, thousands of homes on coastal Georgia are still at the risk of flooding. The Federal Emergency Management Agency categorizes land pockets all over the country as Special Flood Hazard Areas i.e. land that is prone to flooding. AP recently released data containing...

8:02 PM Monday, Sep. 11, 2017

Even as Hurricane Irma moves through Georgia and shifts further west, thousands of homes on coastal Georgia are still at the risk of flooding. The Federal Emergency Management Agency categorizes land pockets all over the country as Special Flood Hazard Areas i.e. land that is prone to flooding. AP recently released data containing...
What we know about Dreamers in Georgia
 President Donald Trump announced Tuesday that he was ending the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program. But what do we know about these immigrants, especially the ones in Georgia? The Department of Homeland Security released a report this year detailing the beneficiaries of the DACA program from 2012, when the program first started...

10:47 PM Thursday, Sep. 07, 2017

President Donald Trump announced Tuesday that he was ending the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program. But what do we know about these immigrants, especially the ones in Georgia? The Department of Homeland Security released a report this year detailing the beneficiaries of the DACA program from 2012, when the program first started...
Can Jacob Eason mimic the sophomore successes of Stafford, Murray in 2017?
 One of the big questions surrounding the Georgia football team for 2017 involves Jacob Eason. Can the sophomore quarterback rise above his performance as a freshman and bring the Bulldogs back into the national spotlight? While there’s no way to predict the numbers that Eason will put up, there are indicators. In recent Bulldogs...

11:43 AM Wednesday, Aug. 30, 2017

One of the big questions surrounding the Georgia football team for 2017 involves Jacob Eason. Can the sophomore quarterback rise above his performance as a freshman and bring the Bulldogs back into the national spotlight? While there’s no way to predict the numbers that Eason will put up, there are indicators. In recent Bulldogs...
After Virginia, Georgia has the most Confederate symbols in the country
 Ever since the deadly violence in Charlottesville, Va., calls for removing Confederate memorials in Georgia have grown louder. If someone were to take up that task, they would have their work cut out for them. Georgia has the most Confederate symbols of any state after Virginia.  The Southern Poverty Law Center, a nonprofit advocacy...

7:33 PM Wednesday, Aug. 23, 2017

Ever since the deadly violence in Charlottesville, Va., calls for removing Confederate memorials in Georgia have grown louder. If someone were to take up that task, they would have their work cut out for them. Georgia has the most Confederate symbols of any state after Virginia.  The Southern Poverty Law Center, a nonprofit advocacy...
After Virginia, Georgia has the most Confederate symbols in the country
 Ever since the deadly violence in Charlottesville, Va., calls for removing Confederate memorials in Georgia have grown louder. If someone were to take up that task, they would have their work cut out for them. Georgia has the most Confederate symbols of any state after Virginia.  The Southern Poverty Law Center, a nonprofit advocacy...

10:11 PM Tuesday, Aug. 22, 2017

Ever since the deadly violence in Charlottesville, Va., calls for removing Confederate memorials in Georgia have grown louder. If someone were to take up that task, they would have their work cut out for them. Georgia has the most Confederate symbols of any state after Virginia.  The Southern Poverty Law Center, a nonprofit advocacy...
Families, not job seekers, gain the most from legal immigration
 President Trump has backed U.S. Sen. David Perdue’s bill to cut legal immigration by half, saying it would “reduce poverty, increase wages and save taxpayers billions and billions of dollars.” However, data shows that employment-based immigration is a very small percentage of  immigrants who follow this path. Families &mdash...

2:44 PM Wednesday, Aug. 09, 2017

President Trump has backed U.S. Sen. David Perdue’s bill to cut legal immigration by half, saying it would “reduce poverty, increase wages and save taxpayers billions and billions of dollars.” However, data shows that employment-based immigration is a very small percentage of immigrants who follow this path. Families &mdash...