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    Ethics probe sought Deal documents



    The state’s top two ethics investigators were preparing in June to serve subpoenas on Gov. Nathan Deal, his chief of staff and other associates in connection with Deal’s 2010 campaign when one investigator’s salary was cut and the other’s job was eliminated.

    Drafts of subpoenas prepared, but never served, by the staff of the state ethics commission raise questions about $322,000 the campaign paid to companies that Deal owns or has an interest in, or to businesses controlled by his associates.

    Read my complete article at Click below to review selected documents referenced in the story:

    Patrick Millsaps’ May 20 e-mail

    Stacey Kalberman’s June 15 e-mail

    Georgia Campaign Finance Commission rules on use of non-commercial aircraft

    Georgia Campaign Finance Commission rates for valuing campaign use of non-commercial aircraft

    Nathan Deal for Governor’s disclosures of spending on non-commercial air travel

    “Campaign paid $135K to lease aircraft from companies Deal owns,” The Atlanta Journal-Constitution, Sept. 25, 2010






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