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Georgia Attorney General Chris Carr talks about joining challenge to Biden’s student loan plan

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The podcast welcomes Georgia Attorney General Chris Carr. The hosts ask Carr why he joined other Republican attorneys general in signing on to a multistate lawsuit challenging President Joe Biden’s new student loan forgiveness plan. He said the matter should be up to Congress to decide.

Carr also told the hosts that the state has looked into whether charges should be brought against any individuals who worked to overturn the results of the 2020 election and decided there were no grounds for bringing state charges against anyone.

But first, U.S. Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene may be pulling back from her threat to call for the ouster of House Speaker Mike Johnson, even as Johnson says he plans to call for military aid packages for Israel, Ukraine and Taiwan. But as the hosts were recording the podcast, Greene gained an ally: Kentucky GOP Rep. Thomas Massie said he, too, wants Johnson out as speaker.

And the hosts discuss the possible impact former President Donald Trump’s trial in New York could have on District Attorney Fani Willis’ Fulton County election conspiracy case.

Links to topics

Carr signs on to challenge to Biden student loan plan

What to know about Biden student loan forgiveness plan

House speaker pushes for vote on aid for Israel, Ukraine and Taiwan

Is Greene rethinking call to oust Speaker Mike Jonson

Could Trump New York trial impact Fulton County election conspiracy case?

Have a question or comment for the show? Call the 24-hour "Politically Georgia" Podcast Hotline at 770-810-5297. We’ll play back your question and answer it during the listener mailbag segment on next Friday's episode.

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CREDITS

Executive Producer- Shane Backler

Producer- Natalie Mendenhall

Engineer- Matt McWilliams

Editor- Matt Owen

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The podcast welcomes Georgia Attorney General Chris Carr. The hosts ask Carr why he joined other Republican attorneys general in signing on to a multistate lawsuit challenging President Joe Biden’s new student loan forgiveness plan. He said the matter should be up to Congress to decide.

Carr also told the hosts that the state has looked into whether charges should be brought against any individuals who worked to overturn the results of the 2020 election and decided there were no grounds for bringing state charges against anyone.

But first, U.S. Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene may be pulling back from her threat to call for the ouster of House Speaker Mike Johnson, even as Johnson says he plans to call for military aid packages for Israel, Ukraine and Taiwan. But as the hosts were recording the podcast, Greene gained an ally: Kentucky GOP Rep. Thomas Massie said he, too, wants Johnson out as speaker.

And the hosts discuss the possible impact former President Donald Trump’s trial in New York could have on District Attorney Fani Willis’ Fulton County election conspiracy case.

Links to topics

Carr signs on to challenge to Biden student loan plan

What to know about Biden student loan forgiveness plan

House speaker pushes for vote on aid for Israel, Ukraine and Taiwan

Is Greene rethinking call to oust Speaker Mike Jonson

Could Trump New York trial impact Fulton County election conspiracy case?

Have a question or comment for the show? Call the 24-hour "Politically Georgia" Podcast Hotline at 770-810-5297. We’ll play back your question and answer it during the listener mailbag segment on next Friday's episode.

Listen and subscribe to our podcast for free at Apple Podcasts, Spotify, or wherever you listen to podcasts. You can also tell your smart speaker to “play Politically Georgia podcast.”

CREDITS

Executive Producer- Shane Backler

Producer- Natalie Mendenhall

Engineer- Matt McWilliams

Editor- Matt Owen

Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

  continue reading

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