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February 5, 1987 | Associated Press
The knobbed whelk will take its place beside the live oak, the brown thrasher and the Cherokee rose as an official state object under legislation approved Wednesday by the Georgia House. The resolution, sent to the Senate, designates the knobbed whelk as the official state seashell.
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August 15, 1993 | From Times Staff and Wire Reports
About 400 people rallied in Marietta against a county resolution condemning homosexuality, holding their protest outside a theater under fire for the sexual content of its recent plays. "The recent actions of the Cobb County Commission not only show a complete lack of understanding of the issue but a total disregard for the principles of freedom and justice," said Len Sisson, 36, who spoke to the crowd.
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August 15, 1993 | From Times Staff and Wire Reports
About 400 people rallied in Marietta against a county resolution condemning homosexuality, holding their protest outside a theater under fire for the sexual content of its recent plays. "The recent actions of the Cobb County Commission not only show a complete lack of understanding of the issue but a total disregard for the principles of freedom and justice," said Len Sisson, 36, who spoke to the crowd.
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February 5, 1987 | Associated Press
The knobbed whelk will take its place beside the live oak, the brown thrasher and the Cherokee rose as an official state object under legislation approved Wednesday by the Georgia House. The resolution, sent to the Senate, designates the knobbed whelk as the official state seashell.
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