The setting sun shines through windows in the Georgia State Capitol in this 2013 file photo.
The setting sun shines through windows in the Georgia State Capitol in this 2013 file photo. David Goldman AP
The setting sun shines through windows in the Georgia State Capitol in this 2013 file photo. David Goldman AP
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