Boom or bust? Use of fireworks sparks debate across Cobb
by Ricky Leroux
July 08, 2015 12:13 AM | 0 0 comments | 11 11 recommendations | email to a friend
MARIETTA — After an explosive July 4th weekend, some Cobb residents have short fuses when it comes to the state’s new fireworks law, which legalized the sale and use of fireworks in Georgia and took effect July 1. Officials with Cobb’s police and fire departments said they did not see significant increases in fireworks-related incidents, but many residents are upset that the law allows fireworks to be set off until midnight throughout t...
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Aside from Confederate historical sites (i.e. cemeteries, monuments, battle sites or museums), should the Confederate flag be displayed on government property?