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Beverly Hall closely tracked CRCT results Public pension crisis threatens your wallet ATL schools underfunded pension plan by $500M Lobbyist dollars flow in Sunday sales campaign Fewer monitors for Ga. banks S. Ga. police chief arrested in inmate beating
FDIC bans exec of failed Ga. bank DeKalb cuts CSI response ‘Check homeowner policies,’ whistleblower urges
Fired Clayton sheriff’s employee: ‘I wouldn’t participate in sex’ House chair tells one legislator: No amendments for you! Medicaid smart card idea raises questions State infrastructure bank has $30M sitting idle Ga. has no plan to repay $670M unemployment debt Investigators still question Richmond Co.’s 2009 CRCT tests
Where does money from specialty plates go? No charges in Brian Nichols’ jail escape plot
The state’s waiting list for people with HIV to get government drug assistance is steadily growing — intensifying concerns that patients won’t get needed medications. More than 1,100 Georgians are on the waiting list — the second-longest in the country behind Florida’s. The program, which needs about $5 million more in state money, instead faces a $600,000 budget cut.
Lottery gives larger share to jackpots, less to HOPE, pre-K Campaign cash accompanies bid for corporate tax breaks Lawyers ask for review of ex-judge Camp’s rulings, sentences Judge orders mediation in costly DeKalb school suit DeKalb educator charged with altering attendance records Class action demands attorneys for indigent parents jailed over child support Ex-Villa Rica […]
Camp defendant: Ex-judge a coward for seeking leniency Audit: Trim ATL courtrooms, staff, save $2M FirstCity Bank president, loan officer indicted Lawsuit against online travel sites gets class-action status
Gwinnett judge’s past bills under audit
Picture a few Georgia legislators in a karaoke bar, swaying back and forth and belting out the Stone’s “Under My Thumb.” Or maybe a little Cee Lo. That should give you a good sense of the message that lawmakers sent last week to the State Campaign Finance Commission. Gov. Nathan Deal has already signed an ethics bill that gives the commission more work and more expenses and rebuffs a bid to restore some of its power.