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Obamacare Back to the Supreme Court?  
 House Minority (then Majority) Leader Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) famously said, of the Affordable Care Act, `2e have to pass the bill so that you can find out what is in it.` One of the things that the Obama administration found was that the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act repeatedly says insurance subsidies are available `through an Exchange established by the State.`

Since 36 states choose not to establish Exchanges, the Federal government set up its famous or infamous Exchange. Other parts of the highly complex law provide that its taxes and `mandates` only apply where subsidized coverage exists.

The administration dealth with this problem by ignoring it, Two Federal Appeals Courts have issued conflicting decisions, making it likely that Obamacare will be back at the Supreme Court next year.

Even before then, the Obama Administration faces a big decision. Last year at this time, it put off the so-called `Employer Mandate,` which requires that all employers provide insurance and that those policies meet its guidelines.

Whereas millions of people with individual policies found that Obama`s famous statement, `If you like your health insurance, you can keep it` was not true. This time around it will be tens of millions of people.

The administration has already put off the laws penalties for medium-sized businesses until 2016, but has yet to finalize the rest of the employer part of the law.

While the Supreme Court is supposed to be above politics, many analysts think that the decision by Supreme Court Chief Justice John Roberts to support the law was all about politics.

Most analysts expect Roberts to support the law again, but the outcome of the 2014 elections as well as the success (or problems) with the law should the employer mandate be implemented might impact his desision.

Will Roberts Work His Magic Again?

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  • Georgia Tech Dismisses 3 Football Players - Georgia Tech has dismissed three football players this week; Anthony Autry, Darius Commissiong and Travin Henry for violations of the athletic association`s student-athlete code of conduct.
  • Sandy Springs Woman Carjacked Shot in Stomach - Sandy Springs police said that 27 year-old Monique N., Lassiter was shot in the stomach early Wednesday during a carjacking at a Roswell Road apartment complex. Lassiter was taken to North Fulton Hospital where at last report she was listed in stable condition.
  • Fugitive Arrested in Rome During Traffic Stop - A fugitive from Cherokee County, Alabama was arrested in Rome on Tuesday. James Dyer Walters, 49 of Rome, was found during a traffic stop on Alabama Highway at Shorter Industrial Boulevard. Reports said that Walters was also in possession of meth. In addition to being charged with being a fugitive from justice, he is facing an open container violation, possession of methamphetamine and possession of drug related objects.
  • Man Charged with Murder Faces Additional Charges - The man, Jamal Nevin Foreman, 25, accused of shooting and killing a man at the Lexus Lounge in Rome over the weekend is now facing additional charges. To go along with murder he is now facing possession of a firearm during the commission of a crime, possession of a firearm by a convicted felon and aggravated assault, all felonies. He is also being charged with misdemeanor counts of reckless conduct, pointing or aiming a gun at another, discharging a firearm near a public street and discharging a firearm on the property of another.
  • Floyd Co. Lowers Millage Rate - The Floyd County Commission approved a measure this week that will lower the millage rate for taxpayers. The commission lowered the rate by .008 to 29.679 mills. Also, a recently corrected accounting error has corrected the fire protection millage rate dropped by .001.
  • Three Charged with Stealing Lawnmower - A Cedartown man along with two Rome women, Christopher Lee Owens, 33, Kristi Leslea Hash, 33, and Jessica Leann Boatner, 31, were arrested this week and charged with stealing a lawnmower. According to arrest records they have all been charged with felony theft by taking.
  • Homeless Woman Charged with Stealing Car - A homeless woman, 31 year-old Utica Shantell Jackson, has been arrested for stealing a car on Maple Street this week. Jackson is charged with theft by taking a motor vehicle.
  • GNTC Hosts The 2014 Young Scholars Program - This week Georgia Northwestern Technical College is hosting the Young Scholars program for rising eighth-grade students from Rome Middle School. Through the program, students take part in a variety of hands-on science activities that provides a head start for the upcoming school year and offers insight on future career opportunities. Teachers from Rome City Schools, and instructors and staff from GNTC, are working together to provide a quality, intellectually stimulating summer program for the week of July 21-24. Approximately 60 students from Rome City Schools are spending the week at GNTC engaged in various science programs and tours of the college.
  • Disney Teacher of the Year Kicks-off School Year - The new school year is just a little over a week away with teachers starting Friday and the first day of school set for Friday, August 1. The start of a school year is always exciting but this school year, educators in Floyd County Schools will be energized to kick-off the new year by Ron Clark, nationally known teacher and author. Clark will launch the system`s Destination Graduation - for every child initiative speaking to all teachers, staff and local school governance members in the school system at The Forum on Tuesday, July 29 at 8:30 a.m.
  • Injured Adairsville Officer Shots Kills Suspect - Interim Adairsville Police Chief Arnold E. Gillman said on Tuesday that a patrol officer with the city fatally shot Charles Leon Johnson, II, who was wanted on a simple battery charge, Tuesday, July 22, around 12:45 a.m. The patrol officer was also injured by suspect and later treated at a local hospital. The Georgia Bureau of Investigation was called in to investigate the shooting.
  • 3 New Rome Restaurants Approved Pouring License - The restaurant craze in Floyd County continued this week with three new pouring licenses approved this week at the Alcohol Control Commission meeting. The commission approved the licenses for Vallarta Taqueria who will open at 2115 Shorter Ave by August. 1, Ichiban Steak and Sushi located at 481 Turner McCall Blvd. who plans to open Aug. 4, and O`Charley`s, who is located at 707 Turner McCall Blvd. with an Aug. 27 opening date.
  • Man Arrested for Burglary Hours After it Happened - Donald Ray Fisher III, 27 of Kingston, was arrested just hours after police said he allegedly broke into a home on New Rosedale Road this week. Fisher III has been charged with first-degree burglary and driving while his license was suspended or revoked.
  • GDOL to Host Job Training Recruitment - The Georgia Department of Labor will host a special recruitment for job seekers who qualify for OJT, a federal on-the-job training program to help get unemployed workers back into the labor force. The recruitment will be held Tuesday, Aug. 5, from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the Dalton Career Center, 1460 Chattanooga Ave. The OJT program was established by the U.S. Department of Labor through the Workforce Investment Act of 1998. The Workforce Investment Board (WIB) of Northwest Georgia administers the OJT program in the northwest Georgia region.
  • Berry Students Receive Research Awards - Two Berry College students have been named Synovus Scholars and received funding for their research. Chandler Maddox, a rising junior biology major from Gainesville, Ga., and Rashelly Rusia, a rising senior psychology, marketing, and management triple major from Grayson, Va. are the 2014 Synovus Scholars. The Synovus Scholar Program awards up to $2,000 to students and $500 for faculty or staff mentors to support projects related to the student`s exploration of academic, research or growth experiences such as practicums, research, internships, entrepreneurial service or work projects, or artistic endeavors.
  • RFPRA Looks to Make Bleacher Improvements - nput from the Rome-Floyd Parks and Recreation Authority is being sought for improvements by users of the basketball court at Banty Jones Park in East Rome. The RFPRA is looking to resurface its old concrete floors. The board said that they are looking to change the surface to a hard plastic-type playing floor. The Authority also discussed this week helping bring the bleachers of Barron Stadium up to safety code. The first phase is already done; chain link fencing has been installed along the upper back and sides of the visitor`s bleachers. The same will be done to the home bleachers next.
  • Body Found in Weiss Lake Identified - The body found in Weiss Lake over the weekend has been identified as missing 20 year-old Sarah Jane Ortiz of Valley Head, Alabama. Ortiz was reported missing by friends and family after she failed to return home July 14th. Her body was discovered by a fisherman in Weiss Lake near Yellow Creek Church in Leesburg.
  • Man Jailed Has Fake Name/Birthdate on State ID - Napoleon Vicente Perez, 28 of Rome, has been arrested after police discovered he used a false name and birth date on his state issued ID card. Pereze was arrested on Burnett Ferry Road for driving without a driver`s license. When he was being booked at the jail it was determined that the name and date of birth he gave officers, and was also on his Georgia identification was fake.
  • Lindale Road Improvements Begin this Week - Street improvement work will begin on Wednesday, July 23rd at the intersection of Eden Valley Road and North Terrace Avenue in Lindale. Motorists traveling in this area should expect delays and detours for a two-week period as these improvements are made.
  • Airliner Crash Pushes Oil Prices Higher - News that a Malaysian Airliner was shot down quickly put upward pressure on the price of oil. West Texas Intermediate closed the week at $103.13 a barrel on the NYMEX on Friday - an increase of $2.30 from last week. `Oil rose on concerns that violence could spread in response to the crash,` said Mark Jenkins, spokesman, AAA - The Auto Club Group. `Gas prices are currently falling more than a half cent a day, but geopolitical tension could slow the rate of discount at the pump this week.`
  • Rome Man Kicks out Police Car Window Duing Arrest - Hosea Mac Henderson Jr., 29 Rome, turned his misdemeanor arrest into a felony over the weekend. Reports said that Henderson was being arrested for allegedly scratching a woman’s arm, however, police added that during his arrest he also kicked out a window in the back of the patrol car.
  • Man Arrested After Threats to Shoot People - Rome police have arrested Clarence Cornelius Neal Jr, 18, of Rome, on numerous charging including threatening to shoot two people and drug possession. According to reports, Neal was charged with making terroristic threats and acts and manufacturing marijuana, both felonies, as well as misdemeanors possession of less than an ounce of marijuana, third-degree cruelty to children and probation violation.
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  • Perdue Defeats Kingston, Now Faces Nunn - Georgia Republican voters settled on businessman David Perdue as their nominee for the state`s open United States Senate seat. Perdue defeated Savannah Representative Jack Kingston in the GOP runoff. Perdue will now face Democrat Michelle Nunn in November.
  • Woods win GOP Nomination for School Supt. - Rome`s Mike Buck fell short of becoming the next Georgia State Superintendent. According to the Georgia Secretary of State`s Office, Richard Woods finished with 199,258 votes to Buck`s 198,531 votes, or a margin of 50.1-49.9 percent. Because of the closeness, a recount is expected.
  • Loudermilk Wins US District 11 US House Seat - Bartow County`s Barry Loudermilk defeated Bob Barr in a runoff for the District 11 seat at the U.S. House of Representatives. Loudermilk defeated Barr by over 30 percent with a vote of received 33,589 votes, or 66.33 percent, against Barr`s 17,050, or 33.67. With no Democratic challenger on the November ballot, Loudermilk takes over the District 11 representative seat.
  • Local Tea Party Hosting Immigration Meeting - The Rome TEA Party hosts a 2P meeting featuring Phil Kent. `GEORGIA GANG` PANELIST AND NATIONALLY RENOWNED IMMIGRATION AUTHORITY and you are invited Thursday July 31st from 6:30-8:00 P.M. at the Charles C. Parker Center (formerly Etowah Senior Center), 1325 Kingston Road in Rome, GA Join with the Rome TEA Party for its monthly Policy and Politics event featuring Phil Kent addressing Illegal Immigration and the current boarder crisis.
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  • Warrant Issued for UGA Dorm Theft - UGA Police have issued a warrant for 5 star football prospect Darnell Soloman in an Athens weekend theft. Saloman, a 6-foot-2, 175-pound wide receiver from Hollywood, Fla., is accused of entering the unlocked suite of two female students in Busbee Hall last Saturday and stealing an iPhone5 and a wallet containing cash and credit cards.
  • GDOL to co-sponsor career expo at Ringgold High - The Georgia Department of Labor, the Catoosa County Chamber of Commerce, and Ringgold’s Downtown Development Authority will co-sponsor a career expo tomorrow, July 23, at Ringgold High School. The expo will be held from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. in the gymnasium and will feature more than 50 employers looking to fill vacant positions in a wide range of fields, including manufacturing, truck driving, security, sales, retail, clerical, and health care and social assistance.
  • West Penn Testing Group to Create 70 Jobs - An announcement was made Tuesday that West Penn Testing Group, a state-of-the-art material testing services provider, will locate to Ellabell, creating 70 jobs and investing $3 million into a facility over the next five years. West Penn Testing Group has selected Bryan County’s Interstate Centre industrial park as its next nondestructive testing center. The new West Penn Testing Georgia facility will utilize immersion ultrasonic, magnetic particle, etch, fluorescent and visible penetrant inspection to evaluate the quality and integrity of raw materials and components. Testing is anticipated to begin at the 30,000-square-foot Bryan County facility in the fourth quarter of 2014, and the company expects to employ roughly 70 ultrasonic technicians within five years. The company plans to work with the local communities, technical colleges and military bases to secure qualified candidates and will also qualify for Georgia QuickStart, one of the nation’s top workforce training programs.
  • Accused Cop Killer to Stand Trial in Athens - A judge has ruled that Jamie Hood will stand trial for fatally shooting a northeast Georgia police officer in Athens. The judge added that jurors will be brought in from Elbert County. Hood is accused in the death of Athens-Clarke County Police Officer Elmer `Buddy` Christian. Authorities say he also wounded a second officer in 2011.
  • Woman Arrested, Does Meth While Pregnant - An Etowah County woman has been arrested for chemical endangerment of a child. Investigator Haydyn Hedgspeth said, `Christina Goodson Amberson, 36, of Southside, was charged on July 16 with one count of chemical endangerment of exposing a child to an environment in which controlled substances are ingested, produced or distributed, which is a felony.` Amberson admitted to using methamphetamine. She is approximately 5 months pregnant.
  • Driver of Deadly Crash Had Drugs in her System - Test results have determined that Amanda Pardue, 34, had high levels of meth in her system before a wreck on Highway 129 in June resulted in the death of five people. Police said that the Gainesville woman crossed a median and struck a tractor trailer head on. The crash resulted in the death of Pardue, another adult and three children.
  • Man Steals 200 Pairs of Panties at Augusta Mall - Richmond County officials have said that they were called to investigate the theft of 200 pairs of panties at an Augusta shopping mall. Sheriff officials said that a thief stole the panties from Victoria`s Secret in the Augusta Mall shortly before noon on Saturday.
  • Fairmont Man Arrested on Child Porn Charges - Thomas Rodriguez, 36, of Fairmont, has been arrested and charged with four counts of Sexual Exploitation of Children (Possession of Child Pornography). The arrest was made after the Georgia Bureau of Investigation and the Pickens County Sheriff`s Office executed a search warrant at Rodriguez`s residence where evidence of child pornography was located.
  • First Lady Sandra Deal to visit Summer Food Servic - Georgias First Lady Sandra Deal is helping draw attention to a program offering free meals to eligible children age 18 and under (and some eligible adults) by visiting sites participating in the annual Summer Food Service Program (SFSP). The SFSP is funded by the U.S. Department of Agriculture and administered in Georgia by Bright from the Start: Georgia Department of Early Care and Learning (DECAL).
  • GreenCourt Presented With State Innovation Award - Lt. Governor Casey Cagle presented the Excellence in Innovation Award to GreenCourt Legal Technologies, LLC at the company`s headquarters recently. The award, created by Cagle, recognizes outstanding, innovative achievements by Georgia entrepreneurs. reenCourt develops and supports the standards-compliant, statewide electronic filing system for Georgia`s trial courts. The Carrollton-based technology company signed a contract with the Council of Superior Court Clerks of Georgia (Council) in March to build, maintain and support all users of the system, which is called PeachCourt.
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Here`s a great day on Tuna at Wal-Mart this week!

Who is ready for School to start again??? Here are the school supply deals for the week of 7/20/14 all in one place, so you can compare prices at each of the stores!

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  • CVS Brand Filler Paper - $1
  • CVS Brand Transparent Tape - $1
  • CVS Brand School Glue - $1
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  • Backpacks & Lunch Kits - 50% off
  • 19 LED TV - $99

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  • Wexford 2 Pocket Folders - 6/$1
  • Mini Composition Books - 6/$1
  • Pink Erasers (2 Pack) - 4/$1 With In Ad Coupon
  • Eraser Caps (15 count) - 4/$1 Limit 4 - With In Ad Coupon
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  • Flexible Protractor - $0.29. With In Ad Coupon
  • Index Cards (100 count) - $0.29. With In Ad Coupon
  • Elmers School Glue (4 oz) - $0.49. With In Ad Coupon
  • Elmers Glue Sticks (2 pack) - $0.49. With In Ad Coupon
  • Wexford Index Tab Dividers - 2/$1. With In Ad Coupon
  • Sheet Protectors (10 pack) - 2/$1
  • Composition Books - $0.69
  • Plastic School Supplies Box - $0.69
  • Single Sharpie Markers - $0.69
  • 1 Binder - $0.69
  • No. 2 Pencils (20 pack) - $0.69
  • Bic Pens - $0.99. Includes: Round Stic Grip Pens & Velocity Retractable Gel Pens. Limit 2
  • Fiskars Blunt or Pointed Scissors - $0.99
  • Fiskars Pencil Sharpener - $0.99
  • Wexford Mechanical Pencils (30 Pack) - $1.99
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  • Wexford Binders - 1-3 - B1G1 Free
  • 8GB USB Flash Drive - $7.99

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  • Top flight spiral notebooks - $.19¢ each
  • Bic crystal pens, 8-10 ct - $.99¢
  • Pilot G2 pens, 2 ct - $2.47
  • Crayola classic markers 10 ct - $.99¢
  • Paper mate write bros mechanical pencils, 10 pk. - $1.49
  • Top flight filler paper, 150 sheets - $.79¢
  • Avery durable view binder 1 inch - $2.69
  • Top flight composition book, 100 sheets - $.49¢
  • Bic brite liner highlighters, 5pk - $1.99
  • Oxford twin pocket portfolios - .15¢ each
  • Oxford index cards, 3x5, 100 ct - $.47¢
  • Samsill clean touch binder, 1 inch - $1.99
  • Expo dry erase markers, 4 pk - $2.99 each
  • paper mate pink pearl eraser - .39¢
  • OfficeWorks 2 Pencils, 10 pk - $.49¢
  • Transformers 4 or Battle masters Toys - 25% off
  • Rio 2 DVD / Blu-Ray combo - $19.99
  • Elmer`s glue sticks, 6 ct - $1.99 each
  • Ticonderoga 2 pencils, 24 pk - $2.99 each

  • 2 Pocket Folders - $0.15
  • Fiskars Wooden Ruler - $0.25
  • Neon Erasers - $0.25
  • 1 Subject Notebooks - $0.25
  • Pencil Sharpener - $0.25
  • CrayZArt Crayons (24 count) - $0.25
  • CraZart Glue - $0.44
  • No 2 Pencils (8 pack) - $0.47
  • Index Cards (100 Count) - $0.48
  • Schoolworks Scissors - $0.50
  • Pink Erasers (2 pack) - $0.50
  • Elmers Glue (4 oz.) - $0.50
  • Elmers Glue Sticks (2 pack) - $0.50
  • Composition Notebooks - $0.50
  • Poly 2-Pocket Folders - $0.50
  • CraZart Colored Pencils (12 count) - $0.77
  • Notebook Paper - $0.82
  • 1? 3-Ring Binder - $0.94
  • No 2 Pencils (20 count) - $0.97
  • Mini Stapler - $0.97
  • Pencil Box 8×5 - $0.97
  • Post It Notes (Single Pad) - $1
  • Fiskars Kids Scissors - $1.47

  • Elmer`s Glue Sticks (6 Pack) - $0.99 Up & Up Colored Pencils (12 pack) - $0.99
  • $1.50/3 Up & Up School or Office Supplies Item Target printable
  • Final cost: $0.49 ea.
  • Mead 5-Star 4 pocket Poly Folder, $0.99
  • $1/2 Five Star Product, exp. 7/30/14 (P&G 07/06/14)
  • $1/2 Mead Five Star Printable Coupon
  • Final cost: $.49¢ ea.

    • Crayola Washable Markers, or Paints - 50% off With In Ad Coupon (Limit 1)

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    • Imagine school glue 4-oz. 25¢

    Remember to save those Sunday coupons for the best in future savings! Check back every Tuesday and Wednesday for the latest in saving ideas!

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    • Shorter Soccer Makes National Ranking - For the second straight week, Shorter`s men`s soccer team finds itself at No. 10 on the latest NCCAA Men`s Soccer Rankings the conference. The Hawks, which are a part of the NCCAA`s South Region, are joined on the list by fellow region members Judson and Emmanuel who rank 11th and 12th, respectively.
    • Berry track teams earn national academic honors - The Berry College track teams have been recognized by the USTFCCA for academics. The Vikings men`s and women`s teams were cited as All-Academic teams. To make the scholar team list, each team must have a cumulative GPA from every member on the roster of 3.1 or higher.
    • R-Braves Wilson Named Player of the Week - The Rome Braves announce that infielder Ross Wilson has been named the South Atlantic League Player of the Week for July 14th - 20th. During that span, Wilson hit .500 in five games (10-20) with two doubles, one triple, two home runs, nine RBI, and seven runs scored.
    • Philips Arena Ranked 3rd Best Arena in US - According to Pollstar`s 2014 Mid-Year Report of the top 100 arena venues, Atlanta`s Philips Arena ranked third best venue in the United States. The home of the Atlanta Hawks, Atlanta Dream and host to concerts also ranked 21st worldwide. The mid-year rankings are determined by tickets sold worldwide for concerts from Jan. 1 to June 30, 2014.
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      • Paradise Gardens to Host Special Exhibit - The Paradise Garden Foundation (PGF) will host a curated exhibit of selected pieces from the Thomas E Scanlin Collection. This collection of Serigraph prints will showcase selection of some of the most treasured print reproductions made by a process that used Howard Finsters original designs. Howard Finster was Looking for a way to get even more of his messages out to the people of Earths Planet, Howard Finster discovered the fine art of silkscreening to produce serigraphs. Typically produced in editions of less than 100, and often less than 50, these Finster images are spellbinding as a group. For a limited time, come see another view of the Universe through Howard Finsters eyes.