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  • June 2

    June 2, 2011 --

    Ex-DeKalb cop charged with abuse of power Feds to probe union’s charges of Delta election interference

    Ralston on ethics: ‘Campaign finance was not part of that problem’

    Ralston on ethics: 'Campaign finance was not part of that problem'
    April 5, 2010 --

    If House Speaker David Ralston’s ethics bill passes as written, Sen. Don Balfour and friends will have 562,000 reasons to thank him. Balfour, who’s said he won’t seek re-election, started 2010 with that many greenbacks in his campaign account. Georgia politicians such as Balfour would have been severely restricted in spending leftover campaign cash under a bill with broad bipartisan support. Now that proposal is all but dead, swept aside by Ralston’s substitute ethics bill.