The Atlanta Constitution and The Atlanta Journal ceased separate daily publications in 2001, and became The Atlanta Journal-Constitution. The editorial boards also merged, and the editorial page contained both conservative and liberal opinions of local, state, and national issues.
The current print edition of the AJC has very limited state news coverage outside of the Atlanta Metropolitan Area, and has even reduced its news coverage of issues and events in and around Atlanta. Daily statewide delivery has ceased; however, some retail stores outside of the Atlanta area continue to sell the Sunday edition.
The AJC offers two websites for digital content (see the links above): ajc.com (which offers limited free content), and the recently added myajc.com (which offers expanded subscription content via a Digital Access Pass). Limited content can also be accessed via a free I-Phone and Android App.