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  • Law, ethics agencies kiss & make up over case backlog

    Law, ethics agencies kiss & make up over case backlog
    June 21, 2010 --

    In 2003, Fulton County Sheriff Jackie Barrett accepted three $10,000 campaign contributions – far exceeding the legal limit — from donors in Florida. Each had received loans from a $2 million investment of public funds by Barrett. A broker who steered the investment, and the chief deputy who took $10,000 from him, both went to federal prison. But Barrett still awaits the outcome of a 6-year-old ethics investigation. In 2008, dozens of disputed ethics cases like Barrett’s were backed up. Today, officials say, the backlog is almost cleared up.





    Ethics panel cancels Oxendine hearing, waits on judge’s ruling

    Ethics panel cancels Oxendine hearing, waits on judge's ruling
    June 21, 2010 --

    Insurance Commissioner John Oxendine’s much-awaited ethics hearing was postponed today, but it may still be held before the July 20 Republican primary.





    June 21

    June 21, 2010 --

    ‘Iron pipeline’ carries guns from Jonesboro to NY ATL water quality still in question despite spending $3.4B The illegal alien who escaped prosecution



    June 20

    June 21, 2010 --

    Desperate psychiatric patients wait Opinion: Athens- Clarke leaders violate spirit of open meetings law DA: ‘Insufficient evidence’ to charge West Point councilman with vote fraud