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VOLUME XV, NUMBER 4
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JULY / AUGUST 1999
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Cover Story
What Did the Founders Say? A Strategy to Bring Original Intent Back to U.S. Courts

Special Features
House Protects Liberty—When Money Is at Stake

Debate: The Clash of Skill, Wit, and Ideas

PHC Breaks New Ground

Touched By An Angel Responds to Home Schooler’s Concerns

National Center Reports
Straight A’s Bill Introduced

Marriage Penalty Tax Relief

New Plan Allows SSN Alternative for IRS Deductions

The Beginning of the End:National Teaching Certificates and Goals 2000

Military Recuitment of Home Schoolers Increasing

Across the States
State by State

Regular Features
Press Clippings

A Contrario Sensu

Prayer and Praise

Litigation Report

President’s Page

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Across the States
AL · CA · DE · GA · HI · ID · IL · KY · LA · MD · MS · MT · NC · NE · NV · NY · OH · OR · SC · SD · TN · TX · WV · WY

Home School Heartbeat in Georgia

Agusta
WRMK
100.3
FM
Alston
ABC Update Pod Cast

INTERNET
Bainbridge
WMGR
930
AM
Bethlehem
WIMO
1300
AM
Bremen
WGMI
1440
AM
Cedartown
WGAA
1340
AM
Chatsworth
W250BK
97.5
FM
Dahlonega
WCDG
88.7
FM
Dalton
W217AW
91.3
FM
Dublin
WAWH
88.3
AM
Gainesvile
WGTJ
1330
AM
Gainesville
JohnGradick.com


Gainesville
WGTJ
1330
AM
La Grange
WOAK
90.9
FM
Lindale
WKDG
1540
AM
Lumber City
WMOC
88.7
FM
Macon
WBKG
88.9
FM
Reidsville
WRBX
104.1
FM
Reidsville
WTNL
1390
AM
Ringgold
WAAK
94.7
FM
Ringgold
WBFC-LP
103.7
FM
Rome
WROM
710
AM
Rossville
WJOC
1490
AM
Savannah
WLFS
91.9
FM
Toccoa Falls
WTXR
89.7
FM
Vidalia
Tabernacle Baptist Church - TBC Today


Waycross
WASW
91.9
FM
Young Harris
WZCM
770
AM
Georgia

Legislation Carried Over
    Senate Bill 112, which would include students in home study programs in the state honors program conducted by the Georgia State Board of Education, has been carried over to the 2000 legislative session. The honors program is designed to benefit students who manifest exceptional abilities or unique potentials or who make exceptional academic achievements. The program is conducted during summer months between normal school-year terms at institutions of higher learning or other appropriate locations in the state.
    Introduced by Senator Joey Brush (R-24), this legislation passed the Senate on March 1, 1999, and was then sent to the House of Representatives for consideration. No action was taken by the time the general assembly adjourned on March 24, 1999, so the house committee on education will take up this bill during the 2000 legislative session.