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  • Judge reprimanded for cussing out GBI agents, prosecutors

    May 11, 2010 --

    A North Georgia judge today acknowledged trying to intimidate prosecutors who were investigating another judge in her circuit for alleged election fraud. Lookout Mountain Superior Court Judge Kristina Cook Connelly Graham received a public reprimand in court today for two unrelated incidents in 2008 and 2009. The reprimand said Graham had admitted her actions.





    Loophole lets legislators pocket $343K despite session ban

    Loophole lets legislators pocket $343K despite session ban
    May 11, 2010 --

    Georgia legislators cannot accept campaign contributions while they are in session. Except when they can. Four lawmakers running for Congress collected more than $343,000 in campaign funds between them while the General Assembly was in session this year, federal campaign filings show. Rep. Clay Cox, seeking the seat being vacated by Congressman John Linder, led the pack with $114,712.





    May 11

    May 11, 2010 --

    DOT project benefits lifelong friend of governor Last-minute bill gives governor more redistricting power 6 groups file legal challenge to proposed coal-fired power plant Bus stops near sex offenders Azziz to review Medical College admin pay Groups urge Perdue to veto bill eliminating tax credit for poor