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Deal, Ralston, Oxendine probes in limbo as top ethics staffers depart

Deal, Ralston, Oxendine probes in limbo as top ethics staffers depart
June 14, 2011 --

Ethics probes involving Gov. Nathan Deal, House Speaker David Ralston and former Insurance Commissioner John Oxendine are in limbo today as the attorneys conducting those investigations look for new jobs. Stacey Kalberman and Sherilyn Streicker, the top two staffers at the Georgia Government Transparency and Campaign Finance Commission, learned last week they must clean out their desks by June 30.

June 14

June 14, 2011 --

DeKalb judge once investigated for bribery Local charity spending little to find missing kids Justices criticize judges’ use of power DeKalb land deal raises eyebrows ATL Council members oppose cutting judges Deal campaign draws ethics complaint Residents call for closure of Ogeechee textile plant