You can read the full story in an article by Kristina Torres in the Atlanta Journal-Constitution at http://goo.gl/prqaA.
I might suggest that it is just a bit early to celebrate a victory. While the governor has promised to keep the State Archives open, he hasn't defined what the word "open" really means. Open or not, the Archives still must comply with the governor's earlier request that most state agencies trim their budgets by 3 percent. The State Archives probably will still need to lay off employees, curtail hours, and perform other cuts in order to meet the governor's budget cut requests. The exact impact to the State Archives is unknown at this time.
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