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  • Nov. 13

    November 13, 2011 --

    Audit hits glut of Patrol posts

    Nov. 12

    November 12, 2011 --

    DeKalb school ad draws fire over $72K salary for secretary

    Nov. 11

    November 11, 2011 --

    Fraudulent homophobic robocalls alleged in Milton election Upson County commissioner indicted

    Nov. 10

    November 10, 2011 --

    Report: Gingrey’s bank stock benefits may violate ethics law Unqualified ATL water workers costing you money Clayton Co. school board member disciplined for ‘misbehavior’ Debt collector fined $4.3M State board won’t remove ATL school board Legal advocate objects to student journalists’ arrests at Occupy ATL

    FEC data show big jump in Super PACs’ spending

    FEC data show big jump in Super PACs' spending
    November 10, 2011 --

    The Federal Election Commission, which regulates the flow of political cash, has been plagued by persistent gridlock on some key areas of campaign finance. Why’s that important? Because, as a new report shows, more money is coming in and much of it is flowing in through new and barely regulated groups.

    ‘Tyrannical partiality’ ascribed to Brunswick drug court judge

    'Tyrannical partiality' ascribed to Brunswick drug court judge
    November 9, 2011 --

    A coastal Georgia judge whose actions drew national attention now must defend herself against formal charges that she denied a suicidal defendant and others the right to due process and ignored conflicts of interest with her family members. Judge Amanda Williams’ conduct amounted to “tyrannical partiality,” the Judicial Qualifications Commission said today.

    Nov. 9

    November 9, 2011 --

    Fulton school board prez didn’t know of abuse because she didn’t read investigative report Three more Eagle Raid officers appeal punishment Audit: “Manipulated’ records at Columbus real estate law firm American Cancer Society: Where does your money go? Former Gwinnett judge surrenders law license Fulton jail ex-deputy pleads guilty over bribes Prosecutor clears Greene Co. […]

    Nov. 8

    November 8, 2011 --

    State immigration law beset with gaps, confusion Testimony: Fulton teacher abused special-needs students, principal ignored it Hundreds of Ga. teachers failed certification test Trial begins today in tea party group’s suit vs. founder Rayonier acknowledges issues with Altamaha River waste Savannah authority’s audit shows high costs for food, office supplies