*One final reminder: Monday is the last day to register to vote in Georgia’s presidential primaries which will be held March 12.

*Gov. Brian Kemp says former Pres. Trump should not get immunity. The Republican said Sunday on ABC’s “This Week” Trump should not get blanket immunity for his actions. And Saturday Kemp warned a Republican conference at Washington & Lee in Virginia the 2024 presidential contest should not be “a race to the bottom,’ telling his party to focus on the future, not “who can outlast the other 80-year-old politician.

*Dexter Scott King, the late son of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. and Coretta Scott King, was remembered Saturday as the protector of his family’s legacy and the keeper of his father’s dream during a memorial service in Atlanta. “You were, indeed, what most would consider and what I considered a man who had it all,” Dexter’s wife, Leah, said in her remarks. “But instead of devoting your life to how these riches could advance your personal aspirations and fill your ego, you devoted your life to how all of these riches could advance the cause and legacy of your father, your mother and your family.” King died Jan. 22 at the age of 62 after battling prostate cancer.

*The Republican leading a specially-appointed Georgia state Senate committee that’s supposed to investigate whether Fulton County District Attorney Fani Willis committed misconduct proclaimed repeatedly Friday during the panel’s first meeting that he seeks just the facts, but the lead Democrat begrudgingly serving on the panel said she doubts the group can overcome its partisan origins.

(SRN NEWS and Georgia News Network contributed to this report.)