SCOGA upholds new Ga. abortion law; Gville school library to be named for former school board member

*Challengers to Georgia]’s six-week abortion ban suffered a loss with the Georgia Supreme Court Tuesday. Georgia News Network reports a case out of Fulton County argued the state should not have passed the law during the Roe v. Wade years and thus would have to go back to the legislatures to make a new law.  Emory Law Professor Alexander Volokh says the court sided with the state on constitutionality, but challenges may continue.

*The library at a Gainesville elementary school is being named in memory of a former longtime Gainesville Board of Education member who died earlier this year. The dedication of the Lucile Carter Memorial Media Center will be held Thursday at Enota Multiple Intelligences Academy at 4:00.