Atlanta Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms (D) is urging city residents to stay at home even as Georgia Gov. Brian Kemp (R) plans to reopen the state at the end of the week.
Bottoms told MSNBC’s “MTP Daily” on Tuesday that that she recognizes her powers as mayor do not supersede Kemp’s as governor.
“But I do have the power of my voice,” she said. “And I am using my voice to encourage people: Follow the data, look at the science, listen to the health care professionals and use your common sense.”
Atlanta mayor urges city residents to “please stay home” following governor’s decision to reopen some businesses in Georgia.
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“Please stay home,” the Atlanta mayor said.
“Simply because we have hospital beds available doesn’t mean that