ATLANTA - Here's irony for you: a faster legislative session means slower action on major legislation.
At least that's the expectation of lobbyists and Capitol insiders gauging the impact of moving the primary election to earlier in the year.
Georgia became a laughingstock last week after the Metro Atlanta region was brought to a complete standstill by a two-inch snowfall.
Gov. Nathan Deal and Atlanta Mayor Kasim Reed received most of the blame for the ice storm fiasco.
The snow came and went here in Georgia and I missed the entire thing.
I was up in Philadelphia working on a project and flew out early morning Tuesday, before the first snowflakes fell. By the time I landed a few hours later, I heard the Atlanta airport was already closing down, that I had gotten out just in time.
After losing by three to Cardinal Newman on Jan. 14, Augusta Christian's boys team failed to get revenge Friday night, losing 59-48.
"Overall, we were completely out of sync tonight," Augusta Christian head coach John Harris said.