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Irvin to GOP lawmakers: Ethics was ‘our core creed … until we took over’

Irvin to GOP lawmakers: Ethics was 'our core creed ... until we took over'
January 25, 2010 --

Former House minority leader Bob Irvin chastised Republicans in the Georgia Legislature on Monday for failing to make good on the GOP’s longstanding promise of sweeping ethics reform in state government. “Ethics was part of our core creed for 30 years,” Irvin, now chairman of Common Cause Georgia, said in testimony before a joint House and Senate Ethics panel. “It was our core creed, it seems, until we took over.”

GA Supremes overturn ex-cop’s double-dipping conviction

GA Supremes overturn ex-cop's double-dipping conviction
January 25, 2010 --

Former Unadilla Police Chief Leonard Smith was never told when a grand jury would consider indicting him for billing two different police agencies for work during the same hours. That oversight was enough to throw out his conviction and five-year prison sentence, the Georgia Supreme Court ruled today.

Jan. 25

January 25, 2010 --

As lobbyists give, most take Foster children experiencing ‘high’ rate of abuse, neglect Moody’s role in DK construction case a twisting tale Former Fulton sheriff’s deputy faces jail time