Topic: Metropolitan Atlanta Rapid Transit Authority
The tea party partnered with local Sierra Club and NAACP officials to defeat a $7.2 billion referendum aimed at unsnarling Atlanta’s traffic. Voters voted no on the referendum by a margin of 63 percent.
Voters in metro Atlanta, where traffic congestion is notorious, go to the polls Tuesday to decide whether to tax themselves for a major infrastructure upgrade. Some say city's future is at stake, but tea partyers distrust money will be wisely spent.
A faulty subway fare card lands her in handcuffs and court. But all is forgiven when a white reporter shows up.
11/07/2008 12:00 am