Georgia Governor sues Atlanta for mandatory face masks. Is Savannah next?

Today Georgia Governor Brian Kemp sued Atlanta because Mayor Bottoms issued and maintained a mandatory face mask policy defying Kemp's executive order that disallowed it. Hinesville, Savannah, Rincon and several other cities also have such a policy.

Kemp's executive order comes after Savannah Mayor Van Jolhnson issued a mandatory face mask policy, and today following Kemp's order he said that he was standing by his decision to make face masks mandatory in order to protect residents and tourists in the Hostess City.

Johnson was interviewed by Chuck Todd on MSNBC and a segment of that interview also aired on NBC Nightly News.

Will Kemp sue him too?

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